GM unveils Hummer EV SUV version starting at $80,000, but it is going to take a while

After the GMC Hummer EV pickup, GM is now unveiling an SUV version of the Hummer EV, and it starts at $80,000, but it is going to take a while for them to bring it to market.

Last year, GM unveiled the GMC Hummer EV, a 350-mile electric pickup truck with an $80,000 starting price.

The revival of the Hummer brand as an electric brand has been regarded as a strong electrification move, and the new vehicle itself impressed with a ton of features and more than decent specs.

We knew that GMC wasn’t stopping there with the relaunch of the Hummer brand.

Late last year, they teased an SUV version of the electric vehicle, and today they unveiled it in full.


Duncan Aldred, global vice president of Buick and GMC, announced the launch of the new Hummer EV SUV:

“The GMC HUMMER EVs were envisioned to be the most capable and compelling electric supertrucks ever. The new HUMMER EV SUV is the next chapter, which will offer many options for customers to tailor the truck to their lifestyles, while continuing to encourage them to forge new paths with zero emissions.”

In terms of specs and features, it is unsurprisingly similar to the previously announced specs of the pickup truck version:

HUMMER EV SUV Specifications

Edition 1
Edition 1 with available
Extreme Off-Road Package
Starting at MSRP (w/DFC)$79,995$89,995$99,995$105,595$110,595
AvailabilitySpring 2024Spring 2023Spring 2023Early 2023Early 2023
Range5 (mi)250+300+300+300+280+
HorsepowerUp to 625Up to 625Up to 830Up to 830Up to 830
Torque (lb-ft)Up to 7,400Up to 7,400Up to 11,500Up to 11,500Up to 11,500
0-60 mphn/an/a~3.5s~3.5s~3.5s
2 motor/
2 motor/
Optional300+mi range
800v DCFC
w/ 20-module battery
Extreme Off-Road PackageExtreme Off-Road Package  

As you can see, a big difference is the timeline. With all the electric pickup trucks coming to market over the next few years, GM is focusing on that, and the Hummer EV SUV first-edition version is not expected for another two years in early 2023.

The base $80,000 version is not coming for another three years in spring 2024.

As for the design of the Hummer EV SUV, it is also extremely similar to the pickup truck version:

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