Have you even wondered how the Hummer of the future will look like? One thing is for sure: it needs to go smaller and to be more fuel efficient. This is why Andrus Ciprian designed the HB concept - an extreme off-road vehicle with almost no front or rear overhangs, and massive wheels and tires for tackling almost any surface.
The Hummer HB features an all-aluminium chassis, with carbon fieber being the main material for the body. It is powered by a V6 engine which is biofuel capable. Power is sent to all four wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission.
The HB can be offered in two different versions: one would be equipped with a smaller windscreen split into three sections, and an array of cameras around the vehicle which relay video to screens around the driver and the second one is fitted with a more conventional single frame windscreen and is designed more for the serious off-roader with additional lighting mounted on the roof.