2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV In Black: First Photos26
The 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV adds a new body style the all-electric off-roader lineup, offering customers a shorter wheelbase and a covered cargo area, plus many of the same goodies and specs as the Pickup model. Now, we’re taking a closer look at the GMC Hummer EV SUV, this time finished in black.
Previously, we’ve seen the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV in full Edition 1 trim with Moonshot Green Matte paint. We’ve also seen the new Hummer EV SUV testing on real-world roads in white paint. Now, we’ve spotted the SUV in black. To note, the GMC Hummer EV SUV is available in eight exterior colors total, while the Edition 1 model also introduces the Lunar Shadow interior theme.
Up front, we see 2024 GMC Hummer EV’s windshield topped by a trio of marker lights, below which sits a muscular hood treatment. The familiar GMC Hummer EV fascia includes a horizontally oriented lighting treatment and HUMMER logo inner graphics, while below the lights is a skid plate element in silver. The skid plate also incorporates dual tow hooks, while the GMC logo is located in the lower corner of the fascia. The bumper itself was also designed to maximize clearance for off-roading.
The 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV is equipped as standard with an Infinity Roof for in-the-elements driving, while the profile view reveals a longer roofline and covered rear cargo area as compared to the Pickup. The SUV also has a shorter wheelbase (9 inches shorter, to be exact), measured at 126.7 inches versus 135.6 inches for the Pickup. In the corners, the Hummer EV SUV runs a set of 22-inch wheels as standard, with 35-inch Goodyear all-terrain tires. More off-roading prowess is offered with the available Off-Road Extreme Package, which replaces the 22’s with 18-inch wheels wrapped in 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires. The GMC Hummer EV SUV features 13 inches of suspension travel.
In back, we see the SUV’s full-size spare mounted to the hatch, while the taillight housings feature an inverted “H shape” for the inner graphics. Like the front end, the rear of the Hummer EV SUV features a specially shaped bumper to maximize off-roading prowess.
It’s likely that this particular model is equipped with the range-topping Edition 1 three-motor setup, which is rated at 830 horsepower and 11,500 pound-feet of torque. As a reminder, the GMC Hummer EV SUV is built atop the GM BT1 all-electric platform, the same architecture that underpins the Pickup body style. Providing the motivation is GM’s Ultium Battery and Ultium Drive Technology. Production is set to take place at the GM Factory Zero plant (previously known as the GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant) in Michigan, with the first units slated to roll out next year.
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Wow so much visibility out of that back window there.
Hopefully they’ll offer a digital rear view mirror
That would make sense for better visibility, hopefully there will be an optional, readily available kit for this beast if the camera doesn’t come standard upon production.
Yes it has a rearview mirror camera.
The Hummer like most GMC models will have a Rear View camera.
Many of you would never have survived the 70’s and 80’s when truck caps were popular.
Note the Hummer also will have options for a wide number of cameras including 2-3 under it for clearance.
FYI if you never have used a rear view camera it takes some getting used to. In a normal mirror you focus on the object not the mirror. In a camera mirror you focus on the image in the mirror no the object you are looing at. It is not bad but you have to relearn how to use it.
Note too they are much brighter in dark so you can see better.
I like this black better than the green.
This looks really nice in that matte black, the design really pops and stands out in the black exterior color with matte finish without being to eye catching bright.
I hope they make an H3 sized model. My H3 is still going strong but I’d love to make the switch to an electric version (this one is too big/expensive for me).
I also hope there is going to be a H3 size, eventually. Another hope, is that Chevy gets a version, and badges it as Blazer, with a removable rear top.
A great SUV for the 1%…
You say this like GMC doesn’t already sell $90K+ Denali’s.
Isn’t it more about the price of cars and everything else constantly going up except the amount of money people make?
I can’t wait to Hotwire one of these honeys. I’ll keep it for a few days before I dump it.
Looks like a 4,400 pound vehicle just to look at it. If it were an traditional ICE setup with maybe an inline six cylinder, it probably could be.
I still fail to understand how 9,100 pounds with a 200kKWh battery is a “green” vehicle. Somehow somewhere enough energy to move the thing has to be generated and the majority of US energy is still derived from fossil fuels. To truly be green, a EV needs to be a model of lightweight, aerodynamic efficiency taking as little juice from the communal tap as possible.
If you are serious about the environment you would have home solar.
Well, that is true – A 100% ICE chevy Spark for $14,000 uses less resources than an $80,000 4 1/2 ton SUV, even if electric….
I own 3 plug-in cars since I had originally, 11 years ago now – decided to power all my cars with American Mined Coal. Of course – after buying the cars, my State (NY) decided to effectively ban all coal power, as neighboring Ontario, Canada has done.
I know you didn’t mean to, but there are several things in your comments that show popular delusions that future historians will shake their heads at.
1). Abiotic production of coal, oil, and methane has been proven – Saturn’s moon TITAN has enough Methane to last roughly 5,000 years at current world wide Natural Gas usage – so I wonder how many Dinosaurs had to die to supply that amount? On Saturn’s Moon no less. Meanwhile ‘Fossil Fuels’ are an imaginary concept that has never been seen in nature, and is solely based on conjecture.
2). Implied in your comment is that somehow, Carbon Dioxide is BAD. It is a building block of life….. Plant life is STARVED for it, since Hot Houses have to artificially make more of it. So if you think LIFE IS BAD then I guess the misnomer ‘Carbon’ is bad….. Of course, since the ELITES calls us ‘deplorables’ “Carbon Emitters”, get ready for a hefty Carbon Tax just to be allowed to Breathe.
Meanwhile, Pelosi, Gore, and all our other EXPERTS, build mansions right ON the OCEAN. Since they are so concerned about the ever-promised sea level rise, of course.
Hit the nail on the head. The elites hate us and want to depopulate us. We are carbon based life forms. Carbon is life. High level politics isn’t public service, it’s the ticket to an elite club where dirty globalist corporate money brings riches beyond belief to those willing to sell their soul. Our career politicians are getting obscenely rich abusing the “subjects” they’re sworn to serve while systematically destroying the civilization our forefathers built. With a smile.
Odrama just purchased another multi-million dollar seaside compound a week or two ago. Still no rising seas in this particular beachside neighborhood. This evil demon Soros puppet takes shyster hypocrisy to a whole ‘nother level, yet fools around the globe still idolize him.
If the Hummer was a ICE SUV it would probably weigh about as much as the original H2 which was over 6000 lbs. The Tahoe tops out at 5800 lbs.
Probably more, just based on ever-increasing safety standards.
As the 2nd big BEV SUV after the all new EV Hummer, GM’s strategy is already right. Batteries with 200 kWh are heavy and the frame for mounting with a stable chassis and they easily come to 9,000 pounds in weight. BEVs are usually 50% heavier than ICI powered vehicles. What is now more eco-friendly remains open and is left to politicians and buyers!
Small BEVs like the small EV SAV Bolt and EUV are on sale (battery change!) And you can serve the EV market with Made in USA. As we all know there are a lot of Hummer H1 and H2 owners who keep buying Hummer. Think of the Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger too, he will surely want and get an all new GM EV Hummer.
Question! At the moment I am amazed that GM has not yet heard from EV BUICKS! Cadillac comes with 2 models in 2022, but what about BUICK?
If you can read Mandarin, You can look at the nice Buick EV displays in China.
general motors (‘gm’) does NOT consider itself an American Car Company- Ms. Barra is the ‘horse’s mouth’ on that subject.
Not sure what is going on with the Ultium Buicks. They teased two of them during CES in January.
No EV for me. Please build something to compete with the Jeep Wrangler!
Sums it up
It is simply Bad A**