GM markets the 2022 GMC Hummer EV as the go-anywhere, do-it-all electric supertruck. Offering a compelling combination of cutting-edge technology, neck-snapping acceleration, and impressive off-road capability, the GMC Hummer EV Pickup and Hummer EV SUV certainly live up to expectations. However, despite all these stunning accolades, a majority of owners will most likely use the Hummer EV as a grocery getter as well. Today, we’re taking a look at how large the cargo area of the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV will be.
For reference, GMC’s other SUVs and crossovers are also listed. Here are the cargo area ratings:
|Behind 3rd Row (cu ft / L)||Behind 2nd Row (cu ft / L)||Behind 1st Row (cu ft / L)||Front Trunk (cu ft / L)|
|2023 GMC Terrain||-||29.6 / 838||63.3 / 1,793||-|
|2023 GMC Acadia||12.8 / 363||41.7 / 1,181||79.0 / 2,237||-|
|2023 GMC Yukon||25.5 / 722||72.6 / 2,056||122.9 / 3,481||-|
|2023 GMC Yukon XL||41.5 / 1,175||93.8 / 2,656||144.7 / 4,098||-|
|2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV||-||35.9 / 1,017||81.8 / 2,317||11.3 / 320|
As seen above, despite its large size, the Hummer EV SUV is on the lower end of the GMC cargo space spectrum. While it does have larger 1st and 2nd row cargo space compared to the GMC Terrain, the smallest GMC utility vehicle, it sizes up reasonably well against the GMC Acadia. Total cargo space for the Hummer EV SUV comes out to 81.8 cubic feet, while the Acadia accounts for 79 cubic feet of cargo room. Meanwhile, the Hummer EV SUV is dwarfed by the larger GMC offerings, with the Yukon and Yukon XL providing 122.9 and 144.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo space, respectively.
It’s worth noting that the GMC Hummer EV SUV utilizes a front trunk, which none of the other GMC utility vehicles possess.
As a reminder, 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup production began late last year at the GM Factory Zero plant (née GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant) in Michigan. The GMC Hummer EV SUV will begin production early next year.
Under the skin, the GMC Hummer EV Pickup and the GMC Hummer EV SUV both ride on GM’s dedicated “body-on-battery” or “Ulti-body” electric BT1 platform. The same architecture also underpins the upcoming Chevy Silverado EV and GMC Sierra EV.