The Hummer EV pickup that will be launched next fall will not be the only “super truck” in the GMC fleet. Last Saturday, the automaker launched the Hummer EV SUV model, which abandoned the open bed surface and instead adopted a closed cargo area, and the rear trunk lid assembly was equipped with externally installed spare tires.
The five-seat Hummer SUV is expected to be launched on the 830 HP Edition 1
The first version will be launched in the spring of 2023. The EV3X, priced at $99,995, has the same specifications as the first version, but without the bragging rights of the first version. The $89,995 EV2X will also be released to dealers in the spring of 2023 and will provide up to 625 horsepower. The torque comes from a pair of electric motors mounted on the shaft and is powered by a 20-module battery pack. It is 7,400 lbf. 0-60 fashion no news. Eventually, the EV2, priced at $79,995, will arrive in the spring of 2024 and will provide a range of 400 miles with a battery of 16 modules and a range of 250 miles, although you will be able to choose a battery pack with 800 volts and 20 modules. Push back more than 300 miles. Ok.
Like the pickup version, the Hummer EV SUV will include an extraction mode that can raise the body by 6 inches to help clear obstacles. GM’s highly touted SuperCruise hands-free driving system, four-wheel steering and CrabWalk, allow the driver to move the vehicle at an angle without changing the direction the SUV is facing. Pickup and SUV reservations can now be opened on the GMC website. Please make adjustments on Monday, April 5th, when more detailed information about the features and functions of the Hummer EV will be released.