For prospective Hummer EV buyers who would prefer an SUV body style over that of a pickup truck, the Hummer EV SUV is on the way. Offering similar features as its pickup relative. Today, we’re bringing you our first look at the 2024 Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 draped in the exclusive Moonshot Green Matte hue thanks to the following exclusive GM Authority photos.
This particular unit represents the first on-the-road sighting of the Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 in Moonshot Green Matte (color code G7W). This exclusive paint color is included and only available on the range-topping Edition 1 trim.
Note that this Hummer EV SUV wears a “5” on the upper passenger-side of the windshield, as well as an antenna on the rooftop. This indicates that this SUV is undergoing validation testing.
As far as exterior features go, we see black recovery (tow) hooks, silver skid plates, and fog lights fitted at the corners of the Black front bumper, along with a small GMC badge placed on the driver’s side of the front grille. The headlights stretch across the entire front fascia, serving as a grille of sorts, with the HUMMER nameplate spelled out.
Moving around to the side, we see body colored side mirror caps along with body-color door handles, silver wheels and Black side steps. Of course, being the SUV variant, there is no truck bed here.
Out back, a full-size spare tire / wheel combo is prominently present and accounted for, along with a GMC hard badge on the lower passenger-side of the liftgate. On the Black rear bumper, we see an offset Black recovery hook, which is mirrored by the license plate.
As a reminder, GMC Hummer EV SUV production is set to begin early next year at the GM Factory Zero plant (née GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant) in Michigan. Output is sourced from GM Ultium batteries and GM Ultium Drive motors, where the Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 model will produce 830 horsepower and 11,500 pound-feet of wheel torque.
As for structure, the GMC Hummer EV SUV, as well as the GMC Hummer EV Pickup, rides on GM’s dedicated “Ulti-body” electric BT1 platform. The same architecture, albeit in a different version, also underpins the upcoming Chevy Silverado EV and GMC Sierra EV pickup trucks.