2024 Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 At SEMA: Live Photo Gallery21
For those electric vehicle customers that want tough off-roading chops and a commanding road presence, the new GMC Hummer EV is the way to go, stuffing in all the latest in GM’s battery-driven good stuff while hitting the trail with the sort of prowess expected of the Hummer nameplate. Now, we’re taking a closer look at the 2024 Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 in the following GM Authority Live Photo Gallery.
Spotted on the show floor at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the 2024 GMC Hummer EV Edition 1 SUV is covered in Moonshot Green Matte paint, a hue only offered on the Edition 1 SUV model. The front end includes three lighting markers just above the windshield, as well horizontal lighting elements with the Hummer logo inset with the lighting graphics. The skid plate is done in silver, while two black tow hooks are in the high-clearance bumper.
In the profile, the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 runs a standard set of 22-inch wheels wrapped in 35-inch Goodyear tires. The SUV also has a shorter wheelbase than the Pickup, measured at 126.7 inches versus 135.6 inches for the Pickup, or 9 inches shorter to be exact.
Keeping it shiny side up is a wealth of technology features, such as Adaptive Air Suspension, Extract Mode, Four-wheel steer, and CrabWalk mode. A standard Infinity Roof with Modular Transparent Sky Panels opens the cabin to the elements.
In back is a Power Swing Gate with Rear Drop Glass, while the spare tire and wheel is mounted on the Swing Gate. Vertical lighting elements and a high-clearance rear bumper with an additional tow hook round it out.
Inside the cabin, the Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 features the Lunar Shadow interior colorway. Further tech features include Super Cruise driver assist, a 13.4-inch diagonal touchscreen, and a 14-speaker stereo.
Providing the motivation is GM’s Ultium Battery and Ultium Drive Technology, with a 20-module battery system and triple-motor powertrain with torque-vectoring e4WD. Estimated output comes to 830 horsepower and 11,500 pound-feet of torque.
As a reminder, the GMC Hummer EV SUV is built on the GM BT1 all-electric platform, the same architecture as the Pickup model. Production takes place at the GM Factory Zero plant (previously known as the GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant) in Michigan.
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The most off-roading these things will see is the curb when someone hits it in the Walmart parking lot.
Who cares? Do what you want with your vehicle, and enjoy it. I would buy one of these in a heartbeat if I had the money, and I’d absolutely take her offroad. But even if I didn’t, you can’t in good conscience avoid giving GM credit for this truck…it is an unbelievable achievement for the electric vehicle market. And I’m no EV fan.
The amount of capability baked into this platform is amazing. Easily outperforms both the H2 and H3.
The off road capabilities only make it look good, no one’s actually gonna take their $105K+ vehicle off the pavement!
… owners will be filing insurance claims just for tree sap
What’s so special about that?
The Hummer EV SUV is freaking sweet.
Not sure why anyone would chose (in a years time) a Land Cruiser, Land Rover, or G-Wagon
Because they can. Because they want a gas vehicle. I’m not sure why that would be so confusing for you?
You would chose a worse overall vehicle because it is ICE?
That literally makes zero sense. But that is why we have choices.
It doesn’t have to make sense this is America we do what we want here.
So basically you admit you would chose the worse vehicle over the far superior vehicle simply because you rather have the ICE over BEV. And yes in America you have freedom of choice that is made available to you, never said otherwise. Hence why so many chose Camrys Lol
The top 3 comments. How do you know what people will do with their vehicles? Just more nonsense. Social media and here shows how much ignorance there is.
You’ve never been off-roading a day in your life that is obvious. Funny you say their is so much ignorance here but yet here you are lmao.
… hey, Screech.. We know what people will and won’t do with their vehicles, because we’ve been to the places where these vehicles aren’t. Get in your Geo Metro, take a box of Good n Plenty down to your local campsite or offroad trail and sit for, oh, say a month or two. Count how many $100k Hums you see rippin’ around. Hint: you won’t be using either of your fingers or teeth. And lose the hair bun, Einstein. It’s like taking a brand new Cesna under the Golden Gate bridge. You can do it, but chances are you won’t.
Thank you for proving my point. You have no idea what I drive or where I drive. Nor do you know what I look like. Keep it up you are doing very well.
Perception is everything there, Screech. But, you’re right. You could drive a Ford Focus for all I know. Definitely automatic, for sure. And some dice on the dash, maybe a bumper sticker that says Biden ’24. Hope you get to Eagle Scout real soon. All the best.
You haven’t proven any point except you don’t know what you are talking about.
Bonjour ,j’ai vu le véhicule elle est propre mais quant à moi je vais attendre en second main épuis payé parce que moi mais moyen sont peu.
Bondger to your avec vehicle there! Why was your sandwich green and moist? (jeepers, these Canadian truckers are everywhere)
Yora, good to see you have a sense of humor. You are probably right about where an expensive EV like the Hummer will be driven. It will be a status symbol for sure although people do the strangest things these days. It was not my intention to insult anyone and if I did I apologize. You have to admit there are a lot of ridiculous comments here. BTW, I’m way way past Eagle Scout. I’m subscribed to GM Authority because I’m interested in EV’s and have a Bolt on order. And no, fires don’t bother me. Odds are very low for that to happen. Have a great day and enjoy the Super Bowl if you are watching.
Have you gotten any updates about the bolt? How is that working right now? Do you have to put any money down or what? They still aren’t able to sell them yet are they? I went to a Chevy dealership last week to get some maintenance done on my vehicle while I was there I saw 7 bolts sitting in the lot they were the only vehicles that did not have a price tag on the windshield.
Mark. I have no more information. My dealer is a personal friend ( general manager ) so no deposit. I have never given a deposit on a purchase of a car my whole life. My friend says GM is hard at work replacing batteries and car building should resume very soon.