GMC Hummer Electric Trucks Now Rolling Off The Assembly Line At Factory ZERO
Official : Edition 1 of GMC Hummer Electric trucks now rolling off the assembly line at Factory ZERO.
The limited-edition Hummer Edition 1, which sold out in ten minutes back in April, carries an MSRP of $110,295.
The automaker is still accepting reservations for the $99,990 EV3X, the $89,990 EV2X and the $79,990 EV2.
The three lower-priced versions of the Hummer EV will go on sale in 2022, 2023 and 2024, respectively.
The all-new 2022 GMC Hummer EV pickup trucks are now rolling off the Factory ZERO assembly line in Detroit, Michigan as customer deliveries of the Edition 1 are due to begin any time soon.
The limited-edition Hummer Edition 1, which sold out in ten minutes back in April, carries an MSRP of $110,295. It is one of the four variants of the electric truck, including the EV3X, the EV2X and the EV2.
“We brought this truck to market with speed and agility and brought GM another step closer to an all-electric future,” said GM President Mark Reuss.
“With our Ultium Platform as the foundation for a broad range of applications, the GMC HUMMER EV offers our customers the ultimate in capability and performance.”
The reborn Hummer EV is General Motors’ first vehicle to ride on its also new Ultium dedicated EV architecture. Dubbed the supertruck, the Hummer EV will rival electric pickup trucks like Ford F-150 Lightning, Tesla Cybertruck and Rivian R1T.
Features on the electric Hummer truck includes GM’s self-driving technology, Jeep-like removable roof and a diagonal driving feature called “Crab Mode”.
Inside, it has giant 13.4-inch infotainment display, a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto capability and Wi-Fi hotspot.
GMC Hummer Electric Supertruck
The automaker is still accepting reservations for lower-priced and less powerful models. These includes the $99,990 EV3X, the $89,990 EV2X and the $79,990 EV2. The three versions will go on sale in 2022, 2023 and 2024, respectively.
Recall that the Hummer EV VIN 001 was sold last March at the annual Barrett-Jackson auction for $2.5 million, with full proceeds donated to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which honors the memory of September 11 first responder Stephen Siller.