- gmc has shared photos of a prototype hummer ev testing at its milford proving grounds in michigan.
- the hummer is scheduled to go into production in the fall of 2021.
- the first batch of 2022 hummer ev models will be the edition 1, starting at $112,595.
general motors says it is working on an accelerated timeline to get the new 2022 gmc hummer ev into production and delivered to customers by late 2021. now the company is sharing some photos from the development and engineering process that show prototypes of the new electric pickup undergoing testing.
as you'd expect, the hummer prototypes in these pictures look rougher than the polished show truck gmc revealed last month. the front end features lots of black trim and rudimentary placeholder headlights, taillights, and turn signals that look decidedly less high-tech than the led units that will eventually make their way onto the production truck. the hummer's imposing shape remains the same, and the bodywork doesn't look any different than what we saw initially.
the first batch of hummer ev models that will arrive for the 2022 model year will all be the fully loaded edition 1 special edition, which starts at $112,595. less expensive variants will arrive later in the production cycle, as will an suv version that gm teased during a presentation about future ev models. production is scheduled to start in the fall, and the initial production run of edition 1 trucks is sold out. customers can either sign up for the edition 1 waitlist or reserve a different version of the truck that will arrive later, likely sometime in 2022.