GM offers its first Hummer EV

The next chapter in GM’s electrification strategy is officially underway. The Verge report GM has start delivery by Hummer EV as promised, with the first “supertruck” (Version 1) hitting the market at Factory Zero in Hamtramck, Michigan. The automaker didn’t name the original customer, but that person apparently paid for the bragging rights to the Edition 1’s $110,295 sticker.

You will have to wait significantly longer for other cutting levels. The $99,995 3X (down from 1,000HP to ‘just’ 830HP) isn’t arriving in Fall 2022, while the $89,995 2X (625HP) variant will wait until spring 2023. The $79,995 2X won’t arrive until the next season. spring 2024. All but base versions offer a claimed 300-mile range or more, while that ‘entry-level’ model has to go 250 miles per charge.

High prices won’t leave Tesla, Hyundai and other EV competitors are too nervous. This is a luxury machine that will be sold in limited quantities. However, popularity is not entirely the problem. This is the first consumer-facing vehicle to be shipped using Ultium battery technology that will underpin many future GM EVs, including Cadillac Lyriq and Chevy Silverado. Hummer is both a halo vehicle for the brand and an answer to challengers like Tesla and Rivian.

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