How does GMC’s electric Hummer supertruck compares to the Tesla’s Cybertruck on price, horsepower, range, 0-60 mph, payload and towing capacity?
GMC on Wednesday revealed its electric Hummer, the company’s first all-electric car, dubbed the “World’s first zero emissions, zero limits all-electric supertruck”.
The ecofriendly truck, which replaces the popular boxy, gas-guzzling SUV that was retired in 2010, will rival the Tesla Cybertruck.
Features on the electric Hummer 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.
But how does GMC’s electric Hummer supertruck compares to the Tesla Cybertruck on price, horsepower, range, 0-60 mph, payload and towing capacity?
Price : $79,995 – $112,595
Deliveries : 2022
Dimensions : 216.8 inches long x 86.7 inches wide x 81.1 inches
Bed Length : 5 feet
Weight : Not announced
Range : 350-plus miles on a full charge
Best 0-60 mph : 3.0 seconds
Max Towing : Not announced
Max Payload : Not announced
Power : 1000 horsepower
Max Ground Clearance : 15.9 inches
Price : $39,900 – $69,900
Deliveries : 2021
Dimensions : 231.7 inches long x 79.8 inches wide x 75 inches high
Bed Length : 6.5 feet
Power : Not announced
Range : 250 to 500 miles
Best 0-60 mph : 2.9 seconds
Max Towing : 14,000 pounds
Max Payload : 3,500 pounds
Weight : 6,000+ pounds
Max Ground Clearance: 16 inches