- The GMC Hummer EV — GM’s first electric pickup — has arrived.
- GMC debuted the truck on Tuesday and announced that people can now reserve the “Edition 1” model, which costs $112,595 to start.
- The off-road-capable truck will compete with upcoming offerings from Tesla, Nikola, Rivian, and Ford.
- GMC will roll out three additional trim levels over the next few years, including a base-trim version that will cost $80,000.
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General Motors shut down the Hummer brand back in 2010, but now the nameplate — which calls to mind excessively large, gas-gulping, CO2-spewing SUVs — is back for an unexpected second go.
GMC unveiled the long-awaited Hummer EV on Tuesday — and although the new Hummer is large as ever, it doesn’t guzzle fuel or spew greenhouse gases like its ancestors.
The Hummer EV — an electric pickup set to compete with upcoming zero-emission trucks from Rivian, Tesla, Ford, Lordstown, and Nikola — was supposed to debut back in May, but the pandemic delayed those plans. Now GMC has revealed all the details, pricing, and trim levels for the Hummer EV.
Reservations are now open for the “Edition 1” version, which will be the first model available and carries a starting MSRP of $112,595. That truck comes with a huge assortment of interesting features, and boasts the lineup’s most powerful drivetrain, a tri-motor setup that GMC says puts out 1,000 horsepower.
GMC said it will roll out three additional trim levels over the next few years, including a base-level, dual-motor truck that will hit the market in 2024 with a starting price tag of $80,000. Here’s everything else you need to know about GMC’s new electric pickup: