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Hummer EV Rendering Reveals the Pickup Truck the World Is Waiting For

While we do know that the GMC Hummer EV is already on its way, there are a few things that we’re yet to find out, and General Motors does a pretty good job when it comes to keeping all these details away from our eyes and ears.
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And while the world is waiting for the company to reveal the new Hummer EV in full, Instagram artist san_e_boy_art has decided to build their very own design for the truck version of the new model.

With a more rugged look, this Hummer EV seems to be fully prepared for an off-road adventure, something that the Hummer series itself has become famous for.

The real GMC Hummer EV, on the other hand, is expected to continue this focus but also introduce a series of major changes, according to the rumor mill. For example, the lineup will include two different models, an SUV and a SUT, with the latter to land in the form of a pickup truck like the one that you see rendered in the photo here.

Built on the GM BT1 platform, the EV is likely to develop some 1,000 horsepower and offer a range of approximately 400 miles (643 km) per charge, which is quite an achievement given its off-road capabilities.

While GM is trying to keep the excitement at record levels with all the teasers that it shared lately, it’s also not a secret that the global health issue that we’re still struggling with forced the company to embrace a different release strategy.

GM originally teased the Hummer EV in late January, with the truck version itself making another appearance during this year’s Super Bowl. A full launch was projected to happen in May 2020, but because of the lockdown happening in the United States, the event was rescheduled for a later date.

Now it’s believed that the new Hummer EV could see daylight as part of a digital event, which means we might eventually be able to see the off-road electric monster online. The debut for customers is likely to happen in late 2021.



 
 
 
 
 

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