It hasn’t been long since GMC introduced the newly electrified version of the returning Hummer nameplate. The revived pickup truck boasts of several trim levels, including the fully-loaded Edition 1 that retails for $112,595.
As advertised, the Hummer pickup EV will be joined by an electric SUV in the lineup, which General Motors recently shared details of.
Through an investor video conference where GM divulged its electrification plans for the next five years, the automaker shared a sneak peek of the upcoming Hummer electric SUV slated to arrive in 2023.
Although GMC refused to release more details about the electric crossover, the model is expected to be consistent with the electric pickup’s lineup. This means that an Edition 1 variant could also be in the works, along with a two-motor EV2x and three-motor EV3x. Both models are believed to be equipped with an air suspension and four-wheel steering.
Also expected to join the lineup is an EV2 variant, which will be the base model with a two-motor setup, minus the air suspension and four-wheel steering. Similar to the Hummer pickup, the SUVs are likely getting GM’s Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system, removable roof panels, and 35-inch tires.
In terms of styling, customers can expect the same imposing styling on the SUV as well as the modernized grille and headlights brandishing the “Hummer” name. Skid plates, tall ride height, and massive tires and fender flares are also shoo-ins on the vehicle. Similarities extend to the interior features, too: a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, 13.4-inch touchscreen, and even a third row of seats also being possible add-ons.
Other information about the vehicle is likely not going to be released until the next few months. This includes the official pricing, although estimates peg it to start at around $75,000.