No GMC Hummer EV Units Built In December 202216
Production of the GMC Hummer EV has been ramping up for well over a year now, but according to the latest numbers, no new units of the GMC Hummer EV were built during the month of December, 2022.
GMC Hummer EV production first kicked off at the GM Factory Zero plant in Detroit (formerly known as GM Detroit-Hamtramck) in October of 2021, and gradually ramped up in the months that followed.
Interestingly, GMC Hummer EV production reached its highest level yet in November of the 2022 calendar year, during which time 1,455 units were built. At the same time, GM took GMC Hummer EV production offline in late November to begin upgrading the Factory Zero facility for production of the Chevy Silverado EV and GMC Sierra EV. As a result, no new units of the GMC Hummer EV were produced in the month of December, 2022. As a reminder, the GMC Hummer EV rides on the GM BT1 platform, the same underpinnings as the Chevy Silverado EV and GMC Sierra EV.
Check out the table below for a more thorough breakdown of GMC Hummer EV production at the GM Factory Zero plant. The table also includes production of the all-electric Cadillac Lyriq crossover, which is assembled at the GM Spring Hill plant in Tennessee. Both models utilize GM Ultium batteries and GM Ultium drive motors:
|GMC Hummer EV Pickup||Cadillac Lyriq|
To note, the numbers above only cover the GMC Hummer EV Pickup and not the Hummer EV SUV, the latter of which is scheduled to start production early this year.
So far, the new all-electric Hummer has been met with widespread enthusiasm from customers. Late last year, Buick and GMC Global Vice President Duncan Aldred stated that the GMC Hummer EV, including both the Pickup and SUV body styles, was sold out for the next two years “or more.” This follows a previous announcement that GM is holding roughly 90,000 reservations for the Hummer EV.
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I guess it doesn’t matter that they didn’t build any more considering they only delivered 854 of the 5030 they built in 2022 anyway – about 17%. They claim to be sold out, and have 90,000 orders for the Hummer pickup and SUV somehow though. …but hey, let’s shut down the line to tool up for the Sierra EV that isn’t going to go into production until 2024. I really don’t understand what GM is doing with these Ultium vehicles besides prove that they can’t compete with Tesla in building EVs.
That is funny. Wake us up when Tesla actually sells its first Cybertruck.
Numbers seem to confuse Barry.
I have no idea what just happened?
Now I see why they are sold out. They make as many in a month as what normally rolls off the line in a week. 🙂 LOL
It takes a long time to stack over 9,000 lbs of crap.
I’d like to know that the bottleneck between production and deliveries is. Are these sitting behind the factory waiting for a chip before they ship out, or something?
Bottleneck is that the battery pack needs to be fixed/redesigned. None have been delivered since middle of October because of this issue.
I see roman over on TFL had another major breakdown of his hummer ev. Maybe scotty is right.
Who cares. This vehicle isn’t practical and it’s made for social media “stars”. It’s a complete waste other than for you to say you have a Hummer and your manhood is lacking.
Why not focus on the thousands of ICE Silverados still sitting unfinished around the assembly plants?
Because being as “EV Leader” is what shareholders want to hear. That is all Ms. Barra talks about…