GMC vehicles are sold in North America and the Middle East. In 2007, GMC was the second brand of GM’s best-selling, behind Chevrolet. GMC, formerly known as GMC Truck, is a division of General Motors. In 2009, it produces sport utility vehicles (SUVs), pickup trucks, vans and light trucks. In the past, GMC has produced all kinds of heavy vehicles like fire trucks, ambulances, trucks, heavy loads, military vehicles, buses and coaches.
In 1901, Max Grabowski established a company called The Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, which develops the earliest commercial trucks ever designed. These trucks use a cylinder engines. In 1909 the company was bought by General Motors to form the industry General Motors Truck Company, which GMC is derived.
Shortly after the acquisition of Rapid General Motors took the Reliance Motor Car Company on. That company was founded in 1902 and was first produced cars in 1907 but was transferred to trucks. Within GM, the new division, General Motors Truck Company was established under both brands operated.