A positively massive Hummer H1 is currently on display at an auto museum in the United Arab Emirates.
The overkill Hummer H1 is housed at the Off Road History Museum in Al Madam, UAE. Dubbed the Hummer H1 X3, this beast of a machine features not one, not two, not three, but four diesel engines under its gargantuan body. It takes the size of a regular H1 and triples it, hence the “X3” moniker.
According to Instagram user shhamadbinhamdan, who represents four auto museums in the UAE and Morocco, the Hummer H1 X3 measures in at 14 meters long by six meters wide by 6.6 meters high. For readers who prefer the imperial measurement system, that’s almost 46 feet long by about 20 feet wide and 22 feet tall.
At first, it may be a little difficult to grasp the sheer magnitude of the H1 X3’s size, at least until it’s seen parked next to its regular-sized cousin to really put it into perspective. Note that the roofline of the standard H1 barely clears the rocker panels of the H1 X3. No wonder the larger-than-life H1 X3 is referred to as “the largest Hummer in the world.”
Unfortunately, there aren’t many details regarding the specifics of the Hummer H1 X3, so it’s not clear how much horsepower this beast of a machine makes use of, or who’s responsible for its creation. It would be interesting to see just what kind of work went into building the vehicle, and perhaps, more interestingly, what led to its conception in the first place. Whatever the case, it’s certainly a jaw-dropping off-road oddity.
Check out a video of the monstrous Hummer H1 X3 below.
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