On April 4, 2021, the 735kW electric off-roader will be unveiled in its entirety.
GMC has teased the 2022 Hummer EV SUV variant once more, ahead of its official unveiling next week.
The latest videos reveal the mammoth all-electric off-most roader’s accurate silhouette yet, and confirm that the model will be unveiled on April 4, 2021.
In North America, GMC’s pick-up version of the Hummer EV, which was unveiled to much fanfare in October 2020, starts at US$112,595 (AU$150,000) plus on-road costs, but it’s estimated that the SUV will slot into the range with a slightly lower entry price.
The skateboard frame and drivetrain are the same in both models. GMC claims that the flagship version will generate 735kW/2033Nm, allowing it to complete the 0-100km/h benchmark sprint in 3.0 seconds.
The 200kWh battery in the Hummer EV is expected to have a driving range of more than 560 kilometres. According to the manufacturer, a 350kW high-speed changing device will recover 160 kilometres of range in just 10 minutes.
The teaser and launch come after many pre-production appearances of the SUV, including one at a shareholder meeting last year.
Pre-order slots for the Hummer EV Edition 1 pickup truck were officially filled in less than 10 minutes when it was released in the United States.
However, the Hummer EV is unlikely to be sold in Australia anytime soon. If it ever makes it to the market, it will almost certainly be under the GMSV name.