- The pickup-based Hummer and the all-electric SUV are produced at the same plant.
- A significant ramp-up in manufacturing is planned for the second half of 2023.
- GMC had reported receiving over 90,000 bookings for the Hummer EV’s pickup.
General Motors is currently producing the highly anticipated 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV. At the company’s assembly factory in Detroit-Hamtramck, production has begun. Additionally, on January 30 GMC started assembling the first Hummer EV SUVs. At the conclusion of the first quarter, customers will begin receiving their booked vehicles.
The pickup-based Hummer and the all-electric SUV are produced at the same plant. During a business roundtable, Duncan Aldred, global vice president of GMC and Buick, stated that a significant ramp-up in manufacturing is planned for the second half of 2023 but refrained from providing exact on-sale dates or projected production levels. The American truck manufacturer had reported receiving over 90,000 bookings for the Hummer EV’s pickup and SUV models. Between 50 and 60 percent of them were for the pickup.
In late 2021, GMC began manufacturing the Hummer EV pickup. Through 2022, it supplied a little more than 850 units. due to the fact that the manufacturing lines were shut down last year for a period of time in order to prepare for the Silverado EV.
Three electric motors in the 2024 Hummer EV Edition 1 SUV provide all-wheel drive and up to 830 horsepower, enabling the all-electric car to reach 60 mph in around 3.5 seconds. The pickup truck is 9 inches longer than the SUV. The cool CrabWalk function, which causes the vehicle to drive diagonally, is carried over. Additionally, it features a DC rapid charging capacity of up to 300 kW at 800 volts.