Hummer H2 "Blinged Out" by CFC

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Hummer is struggling to survive, after Tengzhong failed to acquire the brand form General Motors - the company has to be overtaken by a bidder by May 1 or GM will shut it down. However, this does not seem to keep tuners from playing with the brand’s vehicles - the German tuning firm CarFilmComponents (CFC) is presenting a Hummer H2 transformation program.

The CFC Hummer H2 comes dressed in a chrome-effect lamination and features bespoke decals. The car’s side and rear windows have received a “black carbon” tint. The exterior features are completed by a set of 28 inch rims that come in a chrome finish and are wrapped in 325/35 R28 Kumho tires. The SUV also features front “Lambo-style” doors.

The vehicle’s 6.0 liter V8 engine develops 329 in factory stock form but CFC claims that its version offers 480 HP to play with. The tuning house says that the engine has received an ECU remap and a FOX exhaust system. No further technical details have been released.

The CFC H2’s most valuable asset is its interior. This has a special layout, inspired from stretch-limo designs: it features a couch finished in leather and a mini-bar. The passengers are also treated with multiple Alcantara-finished elements.

The car’s entertainment system offers features like 17 LCD displays (these are located on the ceiling, sunscreen, central console, trunk and doors), a DVD player, XETEC amplifiers and XETEC subwoofers. The car uses a 1,360 Watt (RMS) audio system and also offers digital television. The driver can easily “navigate” the H2 through narrow spaces, thanks to a special system that uses front and rear parking cameras.
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