The return of the General Motors’ large-and-in-charge brand will begin for the 2022 model year with an electric pickup. It has since been announced that a utility-vehicle version will arrive in the spring of 2023 as a 2024 model. Although similar-looking, it’s nearly nine inches shorter overall that the truck. The two electric motors will produce up to 830 horsepower, or about 170 horses less than the max power of the pickup. Range is claimed to be between 250 and 300 miles, depending on the trim level. According to GMC, zero-to-60-mph will take 3.5 seconds. At launch, buyers can expect to pay more than $100,000 for the least expensive Hummer SUV, however somewhat less-expensive trims are expected in the following months.
Hummer had already announced an electric pickup and now there’s a utility vehicle in the works for spring of 2023. PHOTO: GENERAL MOTORS