The New Hummer SUV EV Actually Looks Like a Hummer, Starts at $80,000

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When GM announced its first Hummer EV back in October 2021, it went with a pickup truck look that only mildly resembled the classic Hummer. Now GM is back with a new Hummer SUV EV, and it truly looks the part. But at a starting price of $110,000, the cost looks the part too.

Like the Hummer Electric Vehicle (EV) before it, the new Hummer SUV EV comes under the GMC brand. It boasts a 300-mile range and will come in several variants that cost up to $110,000. The first edition will release in 2022 and be the most pricey, with future editions will release in 2023 for $90,000 and 2024 for $80,000.

Naturally, the latter comes with fewer features and less range, with the $80,000 model only managing 250 miles on a charge. That path follows the release plan for the previous Hummer EV GM announces.

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The similarities to the Pickup-style Hummer don’t end there. Like that vehicle, if you spend at least $90,000, you’ll get a crab-walk mode. In that mode, all four wheels can turn together to allow the Hummer to drive diagonally at slow speeds. If you need to get through a tight space, it might help. Of course, the Hummer is a large vehicle, so crab-walk can only do so much.

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Spending at least 90,000 will also get you an Extract mode, essentially an air suspension system to get you over large obstacles. Every Hummer EV will come with a 13.4-inch touchscreen center console display and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.

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If you think this sounds like the same vehicle as the Pickup-style Hummer with a new body, you’re not wrong. The two EVs share many of the same specs and design. But if you saw the first Hummer EV and longed for a more traditional Hummer look, then this should satisfy that craving.

Unfortunately, you’re going to wait a while before you can get your hands on the new Hummer EV. According to the GMC website, reservations for the $110,000 variant to be released in 2022 are full. You can sign up for one of the future variants in the meantime.

Source: GM