The Hummer has undergone some rather substantial changes over the years, with the latest GMC Hummer EV reinventing the nameplate as a battery-driven tech fest. Of course, prior to the introduction of the electrified Hummer, the nameplate was available as a series of internal-combustion-based vehicles, appropriately named the Hummer H1, Hummer H2, and Hummer H3. Now, we’re watching this parade of custom Hummer H2 SUVs and SUTs roll in at a car show in Japan.
The video, originally posted last month, is about 5 minutes, 45 seconds long, and is pretty straightforward, simply showing off the customized Hummer H2 utility vehicles as they arrive en masse at the Japanese car show. Although the Hummer H2 is significantly smaller than the preceding Hummer H1, the vehicles here still look rather large in the land of kei cars and micro apartments.
For reference, the Hummer H2 has a wheelbase of 122.8 inches and an overall width of 81.3 inches, whereas the Hummer H1 has a wheelbase of 130 inches and an overall width of 86.5 inches.
Of course, bolstering this sense of size for the custom Hummer H2 utility vehicles featured in this video are modifications like lift kits, gigantic aftermarket wheels, and aftermarket body kits.
Indeed, the Hummer H2 enthusiasts seen in this video don’t shy away from the flashy stuff when it comes to mods. Some of the vehicles sport rather flamboyant paint jobs and body wraps, with a selection of purples, pinks, gold, and more all on display. Another common theme seems to be skulls, as well as the American flag here and there. And of course, we can’t forget the wild lighting bits, either.
Details on the car show are not provided, but given the vast majority of vehicles in attendance include decals declaring allegiance with the “Hummer H2 All Japan” car club, it’s probably safe to bet that H2 AJ was involved in some degree.
Either way, it’s wild to see just how far these Japanese Hummer H2 enthusiasts are willing to go when it comes to modifying their vehicles. Check out the full video right here: