GM Just Showed How Cool the Hummer EV Could Have Been
After seeing this design, the real-deal seems like a Bummerby Sidd Dhimaan, on LISTEN 02:53
There’s been so much buzz surrounding the Hummer’s resurgence since the beginning of this year. Right from the Super Bowl advertisements to the delay in launch. Finally, last month, GMC launched the Hummer EV in all its glory. While the talking point was how it went from being a fuel guzzler in its past life to an environment-friendly vehicle, there were some talks about its looks as well. It seems to have a strong road presence, but no one called it a handsome truck exactly.
Now, GM revealed a few sketches of what the Hummer EV could’ve been and we can’t stop banging our heads against the walls. That good? Oh yes!
Looks Pretty Cool, Doesn’t It?
Yes, looks are subjective and to each his own.
But, there’s no denying that the sketches revealed by GM on Instagram show how cool the Hummer could’ve been.
It looks a lot more aggressive and sharper with all those cuts and creases, and an absolute stunner, especially if you pit it against the Tesla Cybertruck. You may argue that it looks like a concept version and may not have made it to production, but strong glimpses of this on the production model would’ve pulled in customers to whom looks matter the most.
In my opinion, the rear isn’t its best angle and makes the tilted-in tailgate look like a dumper truck, but apart from that, it’s a beauty. The truck bed isn’t just ‘fitted’ into the body. Don’t get me wrong; it’s well done on the production version too, but the boomerang-shaped scoops make the whole integration seem very fluid and sporty, thus adding more cred to the “supertruck” persona of the Hummer EV. The bumper design, however, seems to be quite similar to the model unveiled.
What’s The GMC Hummer EV All About?
- It will be offered in four different trims
- Comes with transparent sky panels that can be removed for an open-air experience
- 13.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
- 1,000 horses and 11,500 pound-feet of torque in the top-spec
- Approximately 350 miles of range in its best avatar
- Can add up to 100 miles of range in 10 minutes
- Supports 800V DC fast chargers up to 350 kW
- 0-60 mph in ‘Watts to Freedom’ drive mode
- Adaptive Air Suspension that can be raised up to six inches.
- Off-road widgets that show data like torque output, differential locker engagement, etc.
- Front and rear underbody cameras
- CrabWalk feature that allows diagonal movement of the truck
- Comes with MultiPro Tailgate
- Starts at $79,995
If I were given a choice to choose between the actual model and the sketch, my pick would be this sketch design. What about you? Let us know in the comments section below.
|Hummer EV2||Hummer EV2x||Hummer EV3x||Hummer EV Edition 1|
|Available||Spring 2024||Spring 2023||Fall 2022||Fall 2021|
|Powertrain||2 motors||2 motors||3 motors||3 motors|
|Range||+250 miles||+300 miles||+300 miles||+350 miles|
|Horsepower||625 HP||625 HP||800 HP||1000 HP|
|Torque||7,400 LB-FT||7,400 LB-FT||9,500 LB-FT||11,500 LB-FT|