This Is The All-New, 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV: Video54
General Motors has just released the first details and photos of the all-new GMC Hummer EV SUV. The announcement was made during the NCAA’s Final Four in a new commercial film narrated by LeBron James, who also starred in the announcement of the Hummer EV pickup.
The new 90 second-long video focuses on the electric SUV’s capability and signature features, such as Extract Mode and CrabWalk.
“The GMC Hummer EVs were envisioned to be the most capable and compelling electric supertrucks ever,” said Duncan Aldred, global vice president of Buick and GMC. “The new Hummer EV SUV is the next chapter, which will offer many options for customers to tailor the truck to their lifestyles, while continuing to encourage them to forge new paths with zero emissions.”
The beauty of the Hummer EV SUV is in maneuverability off the beaten path. The 126.7-inch wheelbase gives it expected best-in-class off-road proportions with impressive departure and breakover angles, and a tighter turning circle of only 35.4 feet (10.8 meters) with 4 Wheel Steer standard on 2X, 3X and Edition 1.
An immersive interior puts the driver at the center of every moment, including customizable, multisensory user features and an open driving experience with the standard Infinity Roof with removable Sky Panels, I-Bar and rear drop glass.
The My Mode feature offers significant levels of customization, while auxiliary buttons ensure that any accessories can be controlled from within the cabin.
All Hummer EV SUV models offer the enhanced version of Super Cruise, an available driver-assistance technology offering hands-free driving on more than 200,000 miles (approximately 322,000 km) of enabled roads, and a new automatic lane changing feature, where the system can determine when a lane change is optimal and initiate the maneuver, while following signaling protocols.
The new Hummer EV SUV launches with the exclusive Edition 1, offering customer choice to equip the vehicle for optimal driving range or maximum off-road capability. Edition 1 comes standard with 22-inch premium wheels, assist steps and floor liners.
The available Extreme Off-Road package adds 18-inch wheels and 35-inch-OD MT tires, underbody armor and rock sliders, front eLocker and virtual rear lockers, heavy-duty ball-spline half shafts, UltraVision with underbody camera views and more.
Like its pickup stable mate, the all-new, 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV is powered by General Motors’ next-generation Ultium batteries and Ultium motors. The range-topping models, the EV3X as well as the Edition 1, are rated at 830 horsepower and up to 11,500 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough juice to enable the electric super SUV to sprint from a standstill to 60 mph in roughly 3.5 seconds in Watts To Freedom mode. Driving range is a GM estimated 300-plus miles of range on Edition 1 (with standard equipment). There’s also new tactical technology via the redesigned myGMC app including Energy Assist.
The Hummer EV SUV features expected best-in-class off-road proportions, which will help make the new vehicle maneuverable, while also making the most of the HUMMER EV’s available signature features such as CrabWalk, Extract Mode and more. The SUV’s look remains rugged and includes a new rear design with mounted full-size spare tire. Inside, a similar five-passenger layout from the pickup remains and includes a large and useful rear cargo area.
Production will begin at the GM Factory Zero plant, previously known as the GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant, in early 2023. The Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 will have a starting MSRP of $105,5957 (including destination charge). When equipped with the available Extreme Off-Road Package, the starting price will be $110,5957 (including destination). Nearly 200 accessories will be available at launch.
|Hummer EV2 SUV||Hummer EV2X SUV||Hummer EV3X SUV||Hummer EV SUV Edition 1||Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 with optional Extreme Off-Road Package|
|Starting at MSRP (with destination)||$79,995||$89,995||$99,995||$105,595||$110,595|
|Availability||Spring 2024||Spring 2023||Spring 2023||Early 2023||Early 2023|
|Power (hp)||Up to 625||Up to 625||Up to 830||Up to 830||Up to 830|
|Torque (lb-ft)||Up to 7,400||Up to 7,400||Up to 11,500||Up to 11,500||Up to 11,500|
|Motors/Battery||2 motor/16-module||2 motor/20-module||3-motor/20-module||3-motor/20-module||3-motor/20-module|
The GMC Hummer EV SUV is currently available for reservation at www.gmc.com/HummerEV. GM says that it will share more information and details on new Hummer EV SUV on Monday, April 5th, and we’ll be right here to bring it to you once we have it.
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Funnie the SUV looks better than the Truck and what’s up with the pricing $105,5957 ? $110,5957 ? Do you mean $105,595 / $110,595 or $1,055,957 / $1,105,957 ?? Hopefully it’s a type O
I think those are typos, the 7 is & when holding the ctrl key.
I LOVE that color!
The SUV I think is my favorite.
The styling on this thing is just absolutely bang-on, they completely nailed it.
The Hummer heritage is perfectly personified in this truck…somehow they managed to completely erase a 10 year gap in production to craft a design that’s the perfect and incredibly convincing natural progression of the 2000’s Hummer design language.
Take a bow, GMC. Wins like this are far and few between in this industry.
H1 and H2 were both quite expensive, targeted a narrow audience and neither survived. This one boldly carries the same limitations into a new era. This is a win alright – in Clown World.
I don’t think they intend to sell them in large numbers anyway. At those prices they can’t anyway.
Your name checks out, Idiot Boy. “Clown World?”
These trucks shed the greatest liability BY FAR of the old Hummers: gas guzzling. That’s the only thing that kept Hummer from surviving the GM bankruptcy.
Without that hindrance and WITH killer design, power and capability, the new Hummer line will be a sound success.
“Killer design” is in the eye of the beholder and flashiness is proven to limit appeal.
High cost, impracticality, inefficiency and low sales killed Hummer (including the remedial H3). This one repeats the first two strikes.
EVs are still an outlier and years from displacing internal combustion shy of government mandate. True capability remains unproven and serious off-roaders can already buy hardcore vehicles with extreme all terrain prowess for much less. Without EV range limitations.
Clown World is an inclusive place, welcoming even G8 guys gone off their rocker. Please tell us all about it when you take delivery of your new Hummer SUV. The peanut gallery awaits your full review.
Now, GM authority won’t let me reply to other people‘s posts. The only thing I said was, I agree. Now they have blocked me. I like coming here to read the content and the comments, But their nanny system is quite annoying. Let’s see if this goes anywhere.
Your post wasn’t blocked and it went through.(I see it) It’s a server glitch.
Who was that mumbling through the intro? Should you have to concentrate to have to understand what he is saying? In a commercial? Good grief?
Nice to know you are hard at hearing. It was completely discernible.
Lester Craig Hayes
Remember, the Hummer SUV wasn’t much more than an idea in January 2020.
3 years from the start of R&D to rolling off the line is actually damn impressive, especially for an electric vehicle on a completely brand-new platform.
Remember, the H2 HUMMER was a clean sheet project in 2000 and came to market in 2002. And, during that time, the H2 Plant was constructed and was so state of the art that Toyota came to look at it. That HUMMER story was an outstanding accomplishment for GM.
Not for me, but I really like that color. Exterior is nice. Interior would kill it for me immediately. Man, I can’t wait for this nasty ipad screen stuff to pass.
It isn’t really going away. This makes it extremely easy for Manufactures to install and replace screens.
LUL: I understand what you are saying, but everything is cyclical. Thank goodness for that because I don’t know how much more I can take of ugly. Take the new Ford Explorer. Fantastic looking on the outside if you can handle all the ugly black plastic around the wheels and bottom (you know, the stuff to protect the vehicle from those nasty parking lot carts). But open the door and look at that dash and nasty ipad jutting up. Nope. Ruins it all.
Dan Berning, time to trade in your flip phone.
Mick1: Your joke is kind of lame. I’m fully up on tech and use a newer I-phone thank you, but I personally choose to keep things as simple as I can. But none of that has anything to do with having good taste and wanting an interior with class rather than something that looks like a 5th grader designed it. If that’s for you, go for it. I’ll continue to choose vehicles with much classier interiors than this.
Sweet! Looks good and love that color!
NOW, bring the reimagined HX as the third installment (Wrangler/Bronco sized) and STEP ON THEM BOTH!
Bring the HAMMER GM!
I’ve heard from several people that GMC is strongly considering the exact vehicle you describe. It’ll all depend on just how successful the pickup and SUV are.
The plan was never to stop at the current pickup/SUV lineup.
I see the first edition is sold out. I thought the 2023 start of production had to be a typo but the GMC site also shows 2023. GM must have plans to allocate other vehicles to Factory Zero beyond the Hummer pickup and the Cruise Origin next year. Maybe a Sierra or Silverado electric. I haven’t seen anything mentioned yet.
I thought it would be the Lyriq, but it is Spring Hill. Then I thought the EV Van, but is Canada.
I guess it will be the Chevy truck.
Agreed. I think the capacity is going to be for Chevy’s EV truck and a GMC proper EV truck.
How about something the average Joe can afford besides the ugly obsolete Bolt. The prices are rediculous on these Hummers.
All in due time. There will be everything in GM’s EV mix. The luxury Hummers and Cadillacs are only the beginning and allow them to turn a profit.
And for what it’s worth, the 2022 bolts are not ugly or obsolete.
Yup. GMC is following the Tesla formula – start on the expensive, high-margin vehicles, make profits, and use that money to invest in the lower-margin volume sellers.
GMC has an EV Sierra coming for a more mainstream truck offering, and a smaller, more affordable Hummer could very well be in the cards.
This extremly expensive stuff aims to create the “wanna have” mind, and to present BEV as a GOOD THING desiravle to have. As in all cases of “car guy”, the average Joe is excited by this stuff is beyond reach, and will buy a cheaper EV.
So they hope.
Looks really good. I am not a truck or an SUV guy. I prefer performance cars. Except for the price, I think this will do pretty well in the market..
I think general motors/GM, ls starting to fire on all cylinders again. That statement shows my age. You can’t say that when talking about electric vehicles.
BTW: I am about ready to crush this iPhone 11 ,
smash it in my hands and throw it in the trash. It does not like to cooperate. I’m not doing that.,but I like things that work. . I actually miss my iPhone 6
Sorry about the rant.
A bit pricey????????
The Hummer was always expensive. EVs are expensive. This was never going to be cheap.
I don’t see that as a valid complaint for this vehicle.
I will never buy anything endorsed by entitled,woke celebrities until they speak up on such things as rampant violence in Americas cities.
It’s sad that you only extracted info related to whatever political agenda you have… 🤦🏽♂️
It is sad when people are not ‘equal opportunity” injustice fighters.
Awesome job, GM… The LR SUV would definitely be my choice!
This is going to be a home run. In fact a grand slam.
This will be a very profitable model people will form cult like followings. This will cover the ROI much fast and lead us to cheaper and affordable EV models that will look like failed Science Fair Projects,
The way forward is top down producers just as we have seen with other tech. Anti locks, air bags, stability control, bigger brakes, HZuD,etc were all on high,end cars and migrated down to lower cost models.
I’ve been waiting for this for many years, periodically googling Hummer a few times a year to see if it was ever coming back. I love the exterior but I’m not a fan of the interior. For the price I think I’ll just get the new Escalade. If the interior were on par with the Escalade then I’d buy the Hummer.
The Hummer interior is more rugged more suited for outdoor life.
Nebula: And the pictures of the interior make that a fact? Sure, Hummer is all about being tough, but (in the past at least) the Hummer interiors were not at all high quality in any way. But the more important question is why does blocky, square, plastic filled interior say rugged? And what is so rugged about screens like that?
Flatter the surface the easier to clean and maintain. Blocky designs also have a more solid tough appeal. Less sporty and more utilitarian.
Dig the interior 100%. They are ahead of the curve on this one.
Nothing to say but this thing is awesome. “GREAT JOB GM”
Where is all the pre-mature, hatred noise for Mary Barra at?
Is the “Lil’ Boys Club” accepting this?
I don’t understand why it takes so long 2+ years when the “skateboard” is the same and they just need to drop a different body style on top,..
The SUV is shorter, the wheelbase is shorter, I think it also eats away a little at the battery compartment as well.
They also want to get the more expensive one out first and ramp up production.
There are also other Vehicles that will start production in the plant after the Truck and before the SUV.
The question would be they change it. Make both fit on same skateboard. Simple design is best. More variations increase cost and complexity
When is your company going to make vehicle that the average person can afford ???? nice vehicle if your are rich.
Look for the Chevrolet Spark.
Another suv for the millionaire,,,