The first electric Hummer sold out in just an hourOctober 22, 2020
Early adopters of the 2022 Hummer EV Edition 1 will get it for $ 112,595. This upper trim level includes a triple-engine system, white bodywork, Lunar Horizon interior and a special ‘Edition 1’ interior badge.
After months of waiting and several teasers, General Motors has officially unveiled the all-new 2022 GMC Hummer EV pickup truck. It was worth the wait. Directly competing with the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck, the Hummer will be part of a new generation of all-electric trucks. And like the Cybertruck, as well as other new and highly anticipated vehicles such as the Ford Bronco, the new pickup was in high demand.
GMC confirmed that in just an hour or so, all available Edition 1 models had been reserved. It also means that all 2022 Hummers are sold out. Each is priced at $ 112,595 each. The $ 99,995 Hummer EV3 will not arrive until next fall, and the $ 89,995 Hummer EV2X is not expected until spring 2023. The Hummer EV2 is priced at $ 79,995 and will be available in spring 2024.
It is possible, of course, that some of the first customers of the GMC Hummer Edition 1 will change their minds and refuse to buy. In the end, GMC requested a refundable deposit of just $ 100 for all options. Therefore, those who did not have time to seize the chance are included in the Edition 1 waiting list.
The question is whether GMC will increase the number of Edition 1 units planned, as Ford did, doubling the Bronco First Edition’s sales by 3,500 units due to an extremely fast sale. In any case, until GMC makes an official announcement, the Hummer Edition 1 is believed to be out of print. Three other Hummer trim levels are available for reserve at any time.
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