Is GMC and Chevy the same thing?

Is GMC and Chevy the same thing?

As one of the most prominent pickups in American truck history, the Chevy Silverado and its counterpart, the GMC Sierra, are two of the most popular light-duty trucks on the market. Although one is produced by Chevrolet and the other by GMC, both trucks fall under the General Motors umbrella.

Are GMC trucks better than Chevy?

GMC trucks, thanks to GMC's focus on utility vehicles like pickups and SUVs, are higher quality and better equipped than standard Chevys. GMC trucks are targeted toward professionals more than Chevy trucks are.

Does GMC own Chevy?

General Motors owns Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC.

What does GMC stand for?

General Motors CompanyThe name of General Motors' truck and SUV brand–GMC–is another acronym. It stands for General Motors Company, but based on the very early days of the division, it could have stood for Grabowsky Motor Company.