Refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra Denali Interior Spied

The upcoming 2022 GMC Sierra is set to usher in a mid-cycle enhancement (or MCE, otherwise known as a refresh) that will include a few nips and tucks to the exterior, as well as heavy revisions to the cabin. Now, we have new photos of the 2022 GMC Sierra Denali interior as seen in the following prototype model.

As we can see, these latest spy photos reveal a camo-clad cabin, preventing us from making out exactly what the refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra’s interior will look like. That said, it does appear as though the pickup does not have a column-mounted shifter, suggesting that it has been moved to a push-button setup similar to other GMC products.

Further more, it looks as though the steering wheel on this 2022 GMC Sierra prototype is new, with a row of silver or shiny buttons placed on the lefthand side. There’s also a Super Cruise indicator along the top of the rim, which means semi-autonomous drive capabilities.

Despite the heavy padding, we also also tell that this prototype doesn’t have a flat-panel infotainment screen mounted on top of the dash as seen on the all-new 2021 GMC Yukon SLE, SLT, and AT4 trim levels, as opposed to the integrated center screen seen on the 2021 GMC Yukon Denali. As such, the photos lead us to believe that the 2022 GMC Sierra may offer two different interior layouts in the same vein as the 2021 GMC Yukon, with the Denali equipped with a unique layout and integrated screen, and the lower trims equipped with a pop-up screen.

As a reminder, the GMC Sierra got a complete overhaul for the 2019 model year, but some critics have voiced their opinion that new truck’s cabin was not competitive in the segment. Perhaps the revised cabin in the 2022 GMC Sierra will silence those critics one and for all.

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Contractor who spied on girls in school bathroom kept videos on his tablet, police find

A former contractor accused of installing mirrors inside bathroom stalls to spy on young girls at a Camden County school was facing new charges this week after investigators found more videos on his tablet, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and Gloucester Township Police announced Thursday.

Gregory Mahley, 51, of West Deptford, was originally charged with one count each of endangering the welfare of a child by manufacturing and possessing child pornography, and invasion of privacy, but now faced seven counts of second degree and third degree endangering the welfare of a child and eight counts of invasion of privacy, the office said.

Mahley worked for eight years for Multi-Temp Mechanical, Inc., located in Westville, which had been contracted to do work on the HVAC system of Glen Landing Middle School, authorities said.

Police said he installed mirrors onto the back of bathroom stall doors that allowed him to secretly record girls using the restroom through an air conditioning vent.

Once the mirrors were discovered, school officials found Mahley inside the utility closet where he recorded the videos, the office said. During the investigation, multiple devices were seized from his home and his work vehicle.

While performing a search of a tablet he owned, detectives located videos of six minor female students and one adult which lead to the additional charges, authorities said. Investigators were still searching other devices seized from Mahley as the investigation into his alleged crimes continued.

“I am very disturbed to learn of criminal charges filed today against an employee of an outside contractor who was performing HVAC work at Glen Landing Middle School,” Superintendent John Bilodeau told NJ Advance Media last week.

Police inspected all schools and facilities Mahley had access to, and did not find any additional suspicious activities and were investigating other buildings he might have worked in, the office said.

Anyone with information about Mahley’s alleged activities was asked to call Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Det. Briana Hagan at 609-508-3333 or Gloucester Township Police Det. Brian Farrell at 856-228-4500.

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Chris Sheldon may be reached at [email protected]vancemedia.com.

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