The upcoming 2022 GMC Hummer EV was recently spotted pulling into real-world traffic, providing an interesting point of comparison for the all-new battery-powered off-roader against “regular cars” in the Metro Detroit area.
The 2022 GMC Hummer EV seen in the new photos isn’t outfitted in full production-spec. Rather, it’s missing a variety of trim pieces, with the fender liners and lower rocker panels missing. The front and rear ends also are equipped with non-production spec lighting pieces, all of which suggest GM was using this vehicle for real-world testing purposes.
As we can see from the photos, the 2022 GMC Hummer EV is not a small vehicle, with a wheelbase that stretches across an entire lane as it maneuvers out into traffic. The view also provides us with a clear view of the Hummer’s proportions, with the hood line and bed section bookending the four-door cab nicely.
As for more exact measurements, we already know quite a few. For starters, the 2022 GMC Hummer EV has a 135.6-inch wheelbase, and an overall length of 216.8 inches, while overall width is measured at 86.7 inches without the sideview mirrors, and 93.7 inches with the sideview mirrors. Track width in front and in back is 73.3 inches.
GM has yet to confirm the GMC Hummer EV’s overall height, but judging by pictures of the vehicle alongside the all-new 2021 Chevy Tahoe full-size SUV, the Hummer as slightly shorter than the Tahoe, the latter of which is 75.9 inches in height.
That said, it bears remembering that the Hummer and Tahoe both feature Air Ride Adaptive Suspension. Onboard the 2022 GMC Hummer EV, this feature can adjust ride height by as much as six inches, while the feature offers four inches of ride-height adjustment on the Tahoe.