Positioned as the ultimate go-anywhere all-electric super truck, the GMC Hummer EV Pickup boasts a wide range of all-terrain capabilities not often seen in other electric vehicles. However, that’s not to say the Hummer EV is infallible, as one owner found out after parking his electric truck on rain-soaked grass.
In a series of videos posted to social media, we find a GMC Hummer EV Pickup that has gotten thoroughly stuck after a massive rain storm. The owner tried to get his all-electric super truck out of its own accord, but to no avail. Eventually, a tow truck was called to pull the Hummer EV free.
Of course, one may wonder why the owner parked his Hummer EV Pickup, or any vehicle for that matter, on the grass with an impending thunderstorm in the first place. In addition, it’s worth noting that this particular all-electric truck is due for a SEMA 2024 build.
As a reminder, the current 2024 GMC Hummer EV Pickup is highlighted by the introduction of the 2 and 2X trim levels, which include a bevy of features and technologies, including GM Ultium battery tech. Slotting below the 3X trim level, the 2 and 2X trims are both equipped with a two-motor powertrain rated at 570 horsepower, with one GM Ultium Drive motor mounted on the front axle, and a second motor mounted on the rear axle.
Another noteworthy update for the 2024 model year is the introduction of the Omega Edition. This new limited-run variant features a unique matte paint finish, special wheels, and a few noteworthy pieces.
@kingofbuildsFinally!!!!!! Now time to get all the mud off and start the 2024 SEMA build! SpaceX!!!!!♬ original sound – The Texas Truck King
In regard to structure, both variants of the GMC Hummer EV – which include the Hummer EV Pickup and Hummer EV SUV – ride on the wide-body variant of the GM BT1 platform, while production takes place at the GM Factory Zero plant in Michigan.