Barely Driven GMC Hummer EV Pickup Edition 1 Heads To Auction7
The GMC Hummer EV Pickup is in high demand, with fans enamored by the all-electric pickup’s impressive specs and off-road capability. Now, this particular example is up for grabs with less than 100 miles on the clock.
What we have here is a 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup Edition 1, the range-topper in the Hummer EV Pickup trim level cadence. As such, it’s equipped with a GM Ultium tri-motor powertrain doling out roughly 1,000 horsepower, with a GM Ultium 212-kWh lithium-ion battery pack providing the juice. Properly applied, it’s enough muscle to propel the 9,000-pound pickup from 0 to 60 mph in roughly 3 seconds, as well as cover about 329 miles on a single charge.
Further highlights include 18-inch aluminum wheels shod in 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires, as well as adaptive air suspension with variable ride height settings. In back is a MultiPro tailgate, while up top is an infinity roof with removable, transparent sky panels.
The whole thing is slathered in Interstellar White paint, while Lunar Horizon white leather and bronze detailing set the interior. As a reminder, the GMC Hummer EV is built on the GM BT1 platform, with production taking place at the GM Factory Zero plant in Michigan.
It’s an impressive vehicle, no doubt about it, and now this 2022 GMC Hummer EV is headed to the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction event in Houston, where it’s slated to go under the hammer as Lot 725. The big question is this – what’ll it sell for?
We’ve certainly seen the GMC Hummer EV attached to some eye-widening figures in the past. Although prices for the 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup Edition 1 started at $110,295, examples have traded hands at auction for double, and sometimes even triple that amount. Only time will tell if this ultra-low-mile example will show similar results
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What’s the VIN#? Buyer beware.
Last Hummer EV video I watched, the toggle switch for the front locker was broken, didn’t work, i.e., the front locker didn’t work, which begs the question as to when the other toggle switches will break and the associated features not work.
Also, Extract mode didn’t function properly. The mode repeatedly didn’t want to engage to raise the vehicle. And then when it finally decided to work, once, the driver console and center stack console didn’t agree as to whether the vehicle was raised or at the default ride height, and all further attempts at changing the ride height failed.
Additionally, on the trail the hummer got stuck on rocks, rocks which were easily traversed by the new Ford Bronco. Also on said trail, with loose rocks the hummer had issues with traction, throwing rocks and digging holes under low speed, stop-and-go conditions. The hummer is too heavy and doesn’t provide enough torque control for low speed, stop-and-go maneuvers.
So…. do your homework before purchase.
Do you think the person that’s going to buy this vehicle for 300k+ isn’t here listening to you lmao this is the best post ever!
I mean they might see the next video he is talking about….the one where the sub 100o mile vehicle just quit on the driver at the stop light. I mean GM (and Ford) cannot even get the evap codes to stop sending up check engine light codes, do you really think they can software these things properly.
No worries these are garage queen grocery getters for virtue signalers. The only off-road it will see is when it’s moved from the driveway to the grass under the front yard tree for a wash.
Was it retained for the required six months by the original purchaser?
Is this the one Biden drove ?
Kalidy KIA has one with 53 miles on it for $200k.
Vin is number 841.