New data on the electric HummerMarch 5, 2020
During the presentation of its electrical innovations, GM revealed some details about the electrical performance of Hummer. The electric Hummer will debut on May 20, 2020, before production begins in the fall of 2021.
The brand new version of the iconic Hummer SUV features an all-electric motor and an outpatient battery. The official presentation of the new items will take place in a few months. And now we have more information about the upcoming truck.
The electric Hummer will have a removable top – it is possible that such an opportunity will be available as an additional option. In any case, the roof will consist of four panels: two in front and two more in the back. Each of these panels, if removed, will have a special storage compartment – it will be located under the hood of the car.
Hummer EV may be closer to the size of the current GMC Sierra pickup, Ford F-150, Ram 1500, as well as its direct competitor Rivian R1T, which is also an electric pickup.
GMC Hummer EV will be built on the basis of a completely new platform, the presentation of which took place this week. While most vehicles based on this platform will have 400-volt batteries with fast 200 kilowatt charging capabilities, Hummer EV (and other electric trucks from GM) will be able to boast 800-volt batteries with charging speeds of up to 350 kilowatts. We already know that the new Hummer will have a capacity of 1000 horsepower (15 590 Newton meters), and it will reach speeds of 100 km / h in just 3.0 seconds.
The American concern GM will establish mass production of GMC Hummer EV at its assembly plant in Detroit Hamtramke (USA). The electric Hummer will debut on May 20, 2020, before production begins in the fall of 2021.
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