Both models will have three electric motors, but the Hummer EV Edition 1’s drivetrain will be much more powerful. Scheduled for launch in the fall of 2021, priced to start at $112,595, it will have a system output of 1,000 horsepower and 11,500 pound-feet of wheel torque, along with a range estimated by GMC at 350-plus miles.
The EV3X will launch one year later, in the fall of 2022, with an MSRP of $99,995. It will produce 800 horsepower and 9,500 pound-feet of wheel torque, and have a range of 300-plus miles. These figures are impressive, but clearly less so than those of the Edition 1.
However, EV3X customers will have the opportunity to enjoy the Edition 1’s performance – and its 0-60 mph time of approximately three seconds – by choosing that vehicle’s powertrain. This will come at a cost, but it is unlikely to be anywhere near the $12,600 which separates the two models in their standard forms.
|Availability||Spring 2024||Spring 2023||Fall 2022||Fall 2021|
|Power (hp / kW)||625 / 466||625 / 466||800 / 597||1,000 / 746|
|Wheel torque (lb.-ft. / Nm)||7,400 / 10,033||7,400 / 10,033||9,500 / 12,880||11,500 / 15,591|
|Estimated range (mi / km)||250+ / 400+||300+ / 480+||300+ / 480+||350+ / 560+|
More affordable examples of the Hummer EV pickup with lower (but still formidable) performance will be available to those who are prepared to wait for them. The $89,995 EV2X will go on sale in the spring of 2023, and will be followed a year later by the $79,995 EV2. Both will have a two-motor powertrain producing 625 horsepower and 7,400 pound-feet of wheel torque, though the EV2X will have a similar range to the standard EV3X, while the EV2‘s range will be 250-plus miles.
An SUV version of the Hummer EV will also go on sale in the near future, likely with the same technical specifications as the pickup and a similar pricing structure.