GM to Deliver Electric Hummer Truck in December

This is the fastest GM has gone “from idea/inception to engineering it and delivering it into the hands of the customer."

After years of building fanfare, GM has announced it will begin delivering the new electric Hummer pickup truck in December.

Classified as a heavy-duty pickup, the Hummer Edition 1 will start at $112,595.

According to GM’s Duncan Alred, this is the fastest GM has gone “from idea/inception to engineering it and delivering it into the hands of the customer."

The new Hummer will reportedly feature a 329-mile range and be capable of towing 7,500 lbs.

It is the first GM vehicle built on the automaker’s Ultium battery platform.

An SUV version, along with other, less-expensive pickup trims, will be available in 2022 and 2023.

The Hummer Edition 1 pickup weighs a whopping 9,046 lbs., or 4.5 tons.

According to Automotive News, that’s more than twice the size of the base version of the GMC Sierra.

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