The two variants of the GMC Hummer EV – which include the Hummer EV Pickup and Hummer EV SUV – boast an entire suite of advanced technology and high-tech features, one of these being GM Super Cruise. Now, General Motors has released a new Customer Service Program that will update the semi-autonomous driver assistance feature for certain Hummer EV units.
GM Authority has learned that GMC dealers are to update the Super Cruise feature of select 2022 Hummer EV units, as its maps now have the potential to be out of date. According to the N232396990 Customer Satisfaction Program, dealers are to replace serial data gateway and automated driving mapping modules, as well as reprogram the image processing model.
It’s worth noting that General Motors estimates that 939 Hummer EV units will need components replaced. In addition, this customer service program will take certified GMC technicians a little less than two hours to perform, and will be in effect until May 31st, 2025.
As a reminder, the Pickup and SUV variants of the Hummer EV actually develop different outputs despite being based on the same vehicle platform, the GM BT1 platform. The Hummer EV Pickup Edition 1 is rated at 1,000 horsepower and roughly 1,200 pound-feet of torque, while the Hummer EV SUV Edition 1 is rated at 830 horsepower and about 1,200 pound-feet of torque. Both figures are sourced from GM Ultium battery and GM Ultium Drive motor technologies, which power all four wheels.
Both Hummer EV variants are produced at the GM Factory Zero plant (previously known as the GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant) in Michigan. The Hummer EV Pickup began production in November 2021, while the Hummer EV SUV began production earlier this year.