It looks like GMC’s new Hummer EV pickup has just hit the market, but it’s almost time to bring back the hype train for the next installment: the SUV. GM Chairman Mark Reuss shared pictures of some prototypes crawling on the rocks outside Moab in what he called “final testing validation” ahead of the SUV’s expected arrival in showrooms in early 2023.
“With its aggressive 49-degree departure angle and tight turning radius of just 35.4 feet, the HUMMER EV SUV’s handling, capability and performance make it an all-terrain supertruck,” Reuss said in the post. accompanying the photos.
The routine over the river and through the woods depicted in the photos doesn’t reveal much we don’t already know about the upcoming electric 4×4, but we can at least put that 49-degree starting angle into context. ; the best you’ll get from any Jeep Wrangler currently on sale is 40.4 degrees.
GMC’s Hummer SUV will launch early next year with an 830 horsepower drivetrain, offering around 300 miles of range. Pricing will start at $105,595 before options. Later in 2023, GMC will launch an EV2X variant with up to 625 horsepower, a similar lineup and a price tag of $89,995.