GMC Hummer EV In Mamba Green Wrap Looks Slick And Stylish9
The GMC Hummer EV is a head-turner right out of the box, with a commanding curb presence and imposing off-roader stance. Now, we’re getting a glimpse of this 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup dolled up with a new custom wrap and other bespoke details.
Recently posted to social media, this customized 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup is now rocking a fresh Mamba Green body wrap courtesy of Inozetek USA. The brilliant green finish was applied to the hood, front fascia, profile, sideview mirrors, and tailgate, and is complemented by a black finish for the roof, wheel arches, lower rocker panels, bumpers, and various trim bits.
The color combination looks fantastic, and definitely helps this 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup stand out even more. Further custom details include a set of aftermarket wheels from Fuel, which present a dark bronze finish that works well with the new Mamba Green wrap. The wheels incorporate a bead lock-style outer rim, and are wrapped in Goodyear Wrangler tires.
For those who may be unaware, the upcoming 2023 GMC Hummer EV Pickup will be available in eight different exterior paint options, each of which has a space-themed name. These include (relevant paint codes listed in parentheses):
- Afterburner Tintcoat (GC5)
- Deep Aurora Metallic (GXN)
- Interstellar White (GAZ)
- Meteorite Metallic (GNO)
- Moonshot Green Matte (G7W)
- Supernova Metallic (GKK)
- Tide Metallic (G7X)
- Void Black (GBA)
Interstellar White and Void Black are available at no extra charge, while the remaining six paint colors include an extra cost.
Although GM offers a wide range of interesting colors for the GMC Hummer EV, we think that adding a custom wrap takes the rig to a whole new level.
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As a reminder, the GMC Hummer EV offers upwards of 1,000 horsepower thanks to its Ultium Drive motors and lithium-ion Ultium battery pack. Range-per-charge is rated at a maximum of 329 miles, while under the skin is the GM BT1 platform. Production takes place at the GM Factory Zero plant in Michigan.
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Looks good – the green tones down its visual muscularity in a good way.
I hate that green, but love those bronze wheels!
contrary here, we love the green, hate the bronze wheels…
but understand the resemblance of a tree, brown below, green top.
There is a white Hummer for salIe at our IocaI deaIer. I heard the price is 220 thousand. Why wouIdn’t GM start off with an EV more affordable ie… CoIorado or SiIverado? How many of these monstrosities wiII GM seII. GM couId have gotten more gas engines off the road had they started with something more peopIe couId afford.
the only reason these things are even in existence is to use them as a Halo vehicle for GMC. they draw in the crowd, they get people to read the stories about them and the result is either love them or hate them, but once the Silverado hits the order banks, people will compare and say that things is close enough. I will buy one. The lower cost units will likely never surface unless something drastically changes with battery tech and inflation drops considerably.
I think the wheels and the wrap are hideous!
No V8 no sale.
Who is the target buyer of this vehicle? The market for SUVs costing $120,000 plus, depending on the trim level, makes this the niche of niche products. Lebron can afford one, but he’s a billionaire, so I’m kind of confused about who is going to be able to afford it.
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