List price: $112,595 each.
After months of waiting and several teasers, General Motors officially pulled the sheet off its all-new 2022 GMC Hummer EV. It was worth the wait. As a direct rival to the also upcoming Tesla Cybertruck, the Hummer will be part of a whole new generation of all-electric trucks and, therefore, a different type of truck war. And like the Cybertruck, as well as other new and highly anticipated new vehicles such as the Ford Bronco, anxious customers were ready to go with their credit cards. It was a first-come, first-served basis for those who wanted to reserve one of the few and coveted Edition 1 models.
GMC has now confirmed that within just one hour or so, all available Edition 1s were reserved.
Each fully-loaded example carries a price tag of $112,595. This also means all 2022 Hummers are sold out. The $99,995 Hummer EV3, meanwhile, won't arrive until next fall, while the Hummer EV2X, priced from $89,995, isn't expected until spring 2023. The $79,995 Hummer EV2 will be available in spring 2024.
Now, it's possible some of these early bird Edition 1 customers will have second thoughts and opt-out. After all, GMC only requested a $100 refundable deposit for all variants. The good news for those who missed out is there's an Edition 1 waitlist.
This also begs the question of whether or not GMC will expand the number of planned Edition 1 units. Bear in mind Ford doubled the 3,500-unit allocation of First Edition Broncos due to also selling out extremely quickly. In any case, until GMC makes an official announcement, consider the Hummer Edition 1 sold out. Of course, you can still reserve any of the three other Hummer trims at any time. GMC's dedicated reservation microsite confirms they're still readily available.
If for some reason the situation changes, Tesla will be more than happy to take your Cybertruck $100 reservation instead.