Hummer will be presented at SEMA Show with two customized concept cars. The first of them is H3 Moab, a concept inspired by trails like Steel Bender, Moab Rim, and Poison Spyder.

2009 HUMMER H3 Moab Concept
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Based on the 300-hp V8-powered H3 Alpha, the Moab concept combines a Rancho four-inch front suspension lift and a custom rear spring-over conversion inspired by current HUMMER engineering test vehicles.

the concept is painted in Canyon Metallic and also features a HUMMER Genuine Accessory lower grille mounted lamps and six Delta Xenon roof basket-mounted off-road lamps to provide lighting in all conditions.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

HUMMER is the ultimate vehicle for the independent spirit, and the H3 Moab is no exception. Inspired by trails like Steel Bender, Moab Rim, and Poison Spyder, the H3 Moab pays homage to one of the world’s greatest landscapes and off-road enthusiasts’ playground.

Beginning with the solid off-road foundation of a 300-horsepower, V8-powered H3 Alpha with factory-installed front- and rear- locking differentials, the H3 Moab features a combination of production equipment, available aftermarket components and specialized modifications. 

2009 HUMMER H3 Moab Concept
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At the heart of the H3 Moab’s design is the combination of a Rancho four-inch front suspension lift and a custom rear spring-over conversion inspired by current HUMMER engineering test vehicles. The suspension modifications are supported by Rancho shocks and sure-footed performance is provided by its 35-inch BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain KM2 tires mounted on custom 17-inch 2-piece Monster Black Competition Beadlock Raceline Wheels by Allied.

The H3’s standard underbody protection has been augmented with additional custom shielding and a HUMMER Genuine Accessory brushguard and rocker protection provide the Canyon Metallic exterior paint with defense against the elements. Mounted atop the H3 is a Gobi Ranger roof basket to increase cargo carrying capacity for long overland journeys. The H3 Moab also features HUMMER Genuine Accessory lower grille mounted lamps and six Delta Xenon roof basket-mounted off-road lamps to provide lighting in all conditions.

2009 HUMMER H3 Moab Concept
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Rounding out the exterior enhancements are a Predator Motorsports H3 winch mount system with a Warn XD9000 winch and Viking Off-Road synthetic winchline to deliver an integrated recovery solution for any situation encountered on the trail.

Functional additions to the H3 Moab continue into the vehicle’s interior with the addition of custom all-weather flooring, HUMMER Genuine Accessory all-weather floor mats and cargo area mat. To aid in trail visibility, front- and rear-facing cameras have been integrated into the vehicle bumpers and display the terrain fore and aft on the navigation radio screen. Integrated into the rear cargo area of the vehicle is a Warn Air-Power SPI, ideal for airing-up tires for the trip home after a long weekend on the trail.

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  (397) posted on 12.13.2011

I noticed that its basket mounted off-road lamps adds more appeal on this, and it looks so perfect on it. Well, I’m just hoping that it won’t stay as a concept only, and I will surely wait for this!

  (382) posted on 12.13.2011

Moab looks so cool on its platform and just like them; I also love the massive appearance of it. However, I wonder if what kind and how powerful the engine that they were going to use for this concept?

  (399) posted on 12.12.2011

I love the classy and sophisticated appearance of this Hummer! It’s a good thing either that this concept has the same masculine platform with its ancestor. However, I wonder if what’s the engine specs of it?

  (595) posted on 12.1.2011

This concept really looks so cool with its black body paint, and it is very noticeable on its massive appearance, especially on its wheels. However, I wonder if what’s the engine specification of it?

  (594) posted on 10.4.2011

It really suited in adventures and rocky roads! And I noticed that it looks so fun to drive smiley I would really love to try this one. So gorgeous on its looks, I’m just wondering on its interior features.

  (342) posted on 09.29.2011

I love this Moab concept of hummer, the muscular appearance of this is so impressive. I just wonder on the other speculations of this especially its figure performance? I’m kind of curious either with its interior features and amenities. I can’t wait to see that.

  (580) posted on 09.28.2011

If I’m going to compare this with Jeep, well I must say that the two manufactures of this kind of outdoor car are really awesome. The two are so unique, and everyone had its owns appeal like about this concept.

  (526) posted on 09.26.2011

Just like their H3T Sportsman, but I would still prefer this smiley I found it a sophisticated and classy macho hummer, ahahahah. Is it already in production?

  (466) posted on 09.14.2011

This vehicle is quiet and comfortable. With the V8, it performs well and returns a mixed driving averages around 18 MPG. The visibility is not as good as some cars, but better than others, you decide.

  (1211) posted on 05.9.2011

One thing i admire with this new Hummer H3 Concept has its synthetic winch line, that can able to encounter a very rare concept.

  (444) posted on 01.9.2011

What will the all-American brand look like at the 2010 SEMA Auto Show once it gets into the hands of Sichuan-based Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company?

  (427) posted on 01.9.2011

Think of it as Hummer’s swan song as an all-American brand before it is totally turned over to its new Chinese owners. General Motors trotted out two Hummer concepts for the 2009 SEMA Auto Show late Monday, but a larger question loomed

  (780) posted on 02.8.2010

One thing that will really fascinate me from the manufacturer of Hummer is if they will have a hybrid version of the truck. Well, we have to admit it. Even though with it’s flexibility and its power, it still burns a lot of fuel and to some people, maintaining a car is not as affordable as just buying one. I mean buying a car is one thing, keeping it maintained and fueling it up is another expense.

  (798) posted on 01.12.2010

Hummer is widening it’s car models, it’s engine is getting better and better but even the old hummers are still capable of climbing stiff climb, run through deep sand, snow and water, that’s why militaries all over the world uses the hummer very agile and versatile vehicle.

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