The GMC Hummer EV is anything but your typical off-roader, leveraging the latest Ultium battery and Ultium electric motor technology to conquer the rough stuff with ease. In addition to a cutting-edge powertrain, the GMC Hummer EV also utilizes the GM UltraVision camera system to help the pilot spot potential obstacles and plan their line. Now, we’re checking out the following video on how to use the UltraVision system.
The video comes from GMC’s “Declassified” series of how-to segments, which previously outlined how to use the GMC Hummer EV’s Watts to Freedom mode. Now, we’re headed off the pavement to make use of the Hummer’s new UltraVision and underbody camera system.
The GMC Hummer EV’s UltraVision camera views are accessible via the infotainment screen. Simply tap the “Cameras” icon on the screen menu, then select between 18 different camera angles to best suit your needs.
A selection of the different camera angles offered include underbody forward and rearward, underbody split front-forward and forward-rearward, surround view, overhead view, front and rear side view, and much more.
With the available UltraVision camera views, GMC Hummer EV drivers can more easily navigate challenging terrain by keeping an eye on all four wheels, as well as whatever is underneath, to the sides, ahead of, and behind the vehicle, giving the driver loads of info right when it matters the most.
The available UltraVision system includes up to 18 camera views on the GMC Hummer EV Pickup and 17 camera views on the GMC Hummer EV SUV. The cameras are waterproof and include a washer function, as well as replaceable lens protectors.
As a reminder, the GMC Hummer EV is offered with a range of powertrain options, with peak output ranging between 625 horsepower and 1,000 horsepower, depending on the configuration. Providing the bones is the GM BT1 platform, while production takes place at the GM Factory Zero plant (previously known as Detroit-Hamtramck) in Michigan.