As the second model to spawn from the revived Hummer sub-brand of electric GMC utility vehicles, the Hummer SUV will ride on the same platform as the halo Hummer Pickup truck. The platform will utilize the latest GM electric vehicle platform and Ultium battery technology to enable more than 400 miles of electric range and a superfast charging platform capable of up to 350-kWh fast-charging. Three powertrain options are likely to be available with one, two, and three electric motors available, the latter sending 1,000 horsepower to all four wheels. In Adrenaline Mode, we expect a three-second 0-60 mph time, while 11,500 lb-ft of torque at the wheels should enable towing capacities of up to 11,000 lbs.
To rival the Rivian R1S, the Hummer SUV will pack a range of next-gen technologies such as the latest GM Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving abilities and a suite of Ultra Vision Cameras for unrivaled towing and visibility. Also expect Crab Mode to allow turning on the spot for improved maneuverability. The Hummer SUV will arrive in Fall 2021 as a 2022 model, with seating for up to seven occupants in three rows.