Deliveries of Hummer electric pickup will start in December

by SpeedLux
GMC Hummer

General Motors will start deliveries of its GMC Hummer electric pickup truck in December, the automaker said on Tuesday.

The top-of-the-line “Edition 1” of the Hummer is going to have an electric driving range of 329 miles.

The automaker is launching the vehicle with that model, with a starting price of more than $100,000, and subsequent models, with higher EV driving ranges and lower starting prices, will be included in 2023.

GM official Duncan Aldred said over 80% of the reservations for the Hummer pickup were for the Edition 1 model and almost half of the more than 125,000 people who have shown interest in the Hummer have put down $100 to reserve the truck.

The Hummer EV will join the electric pickup made by Rivian Automotive in the market. Ford Motor will introduce its electric F150 Lightning in 2022. Tesla is working on a plant in Texas which will assemble the Cybertruck pickup.

The GMC Hummer SUV is set to be introduced in 2023 and it will ultimately become the predominant seller among the Hummer vehicles, representing about 60% of sales, Aldred said.

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