The GMC Hummer EV rewrites the rulebook on what an off-roader should be, debuting an all-new, battery-driven monster that transforms the iconic Hummer nameplate. Naturally, a vehicle as innovative as the new Hummer deserves an equally imaginative parking space, and now, one designer has created the “ultimate GMC Hummer EV Base Camp,” as seen in the following video.
The video features Kelly Wearstler, an American designer best known for her work in hotel interior design, commercial and residential design, and product design, as well as her stint as a judge on the television show Top Design. Now, Wearstler is applying her skills to create a beautiful new garage to complement the latest Hummer EV.
Wearstler’s imaginative new Hummer EV garage is set in the deserts of Southern California, bringing plenty of bronze and red colors to play, all of which go quite nicely with the Tech Bronze highlights seen in the vent surrounds, center console surrounds, and center stack of the Hummer’s Lunar Horizon interior scheme.
“This project was a re-imagination of a livable space,” Wearstler narrates. “In the same vein as reinventing the Hummer EV.”
The new GMC Hummer EV garage places the battery-powered off-roader in the middle of a vast, open room, with tables, couches, and other pieces of furniture scattered around a rotating platform.
The new Hummer EV is in itself quite the piece of design. Up front, we find six grille bars flanked by twin headlamps, with bright backlighting framing the Hummer logo and H-shaped lighting graphics. Tough aluminum wheels sit in the corners with a complex, multi-spoke layout that acknowledges the vehicle’s off-roading intentions, while the rear end maximizes form and function with the six-way adjustable GMC MultiPro tailgate.
As a reminder, the first customer-bound units of the GMC Hummer EV Edition 1 are expected to arrive this Fall. Reservations are currently full for the Edition 1, but are still open for the Hummer EV3X, Hummer EV2X, and Hummer EV2.