General Motors hasn’t released a new vehicle under its Hummer brand for over 10 years, though passion for the brand remains strong – mostly due to the vehicle’s military heritage and off-road capability. There are also large local and national Hummer clubs that host off-roading days for owners, including The National Hummer Club in the US and the Canadian Hummer Club.
A group of Hummer enthusiasts recently met up at the Xtreme Off Road Park in Crosby, Texas for a day of mudding and off-roading. While you certainly don’t need to be a in group or part of a club to go off-roading, clubs like these are a good way to meet like-minded vehicle enthusiasts and perhaps learn a thing or two from more experienced members. It also helps to have someone you know to tow you out should you get stuck in some deep mud or hung up on a rock, of course.
This Hummer gathering also included a good variety of Hummer vehicles, including an H1, H2 and H3. The only vehicle missing from the lineage (not including the rather large array of H1 model variants) is the seldom seen H3T pickup truck, though with less than 3,000 of these unique pickups sold in the U.S., it’s not surprising that it was absent for the family photo.
We’re curious how fans of classic Hummer vehicles like these would perceive the electric Hummer that GM is rumored to be working on. While an electric vehicle could be perfectly capable off-road, we could see enthusiasts like this being weary to break a Hummer EV if they took it to an off-road park like this – especially if it turns out to be pricey.
We’ll worry about the future Hummer EV later, though. For now, sit back, relax and watch all three generations of Hummer SUV do what they do best in the video embedded below.