The all-new GMC Hummer EV promises big power and plenty of poise off road. Now, we’re getting a look at how the latest all-electric Hummer handles the white stuff in this new winter testing footage.
The new video shows the latest GMC Hummer EV pickup truck as it slithers around some snowy terrain outside Sault St. Marie in northern Michigan. The vehicle in question is a preproduction test vehicle, and shows a non-production front fascia and headlamp design, including large, blocky black cladding and covers that hide the wide lighting treatment seen on the production vehicle that debuted last October.
This preproduction vehicle also appears to have some camo bits added to the roof, while the rear is fitted with further black covers for the tail lamps and bed.
Beyond these aesthetic differences, the GMC Hummer EV featured here still rocks a variety of familiar design features, including big, knobby tires, plus flared-and-squared fenders. It also shows surprisingly maneuverability and speed on the snowy terrain, easily pitching sideways and kicking up lots of snow in its battery-driven wake.
“Next Stop: Desert Domination” reads the caption towards the end of the 30-second video, suggesting we’ll next get to see the GMC Hummer EV blasting across some dunes.
As a reminder, the all-new 2022 GMC Hummer EV is built on the all-electric BT1 architecture, and features GM’s Ultium lithium-ion battery technology and Ultium Drive motor technology. Sitting at the top of the powertrain lineup is a three-motor configuration good for 1,000 horsepower, which is enough muscle to send the Hummer EV to 60 mph in only three seconds. Range per charge is rated as high as 350 miles.
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