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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The electric version of Hummer being prepared by GM

General Motors (GM) is ready to revive the Hummer car. However, this legendary car reportedly will not use conventional engines anymore but replaced with electric engines to keep abreast of current world automotive trends.
Rendered image of Hummer HX electric-powered SUV. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/37btu5u)
The car that will be developed by GM is the Hummer HX and will be produced at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant in Michigan, a plant that will be used entirely to mix electric cars. Even GM has invested the US $3 billion for the plant.

As quoted from Motor1, which revealed the reason they chose the Hummer as one part of the development of electric cars because the Hummer name is widely known as a tough car in its segment, especially in the American market.

The automotive executive observer of Cox Automotive, Karl Brauer said that Hummer will increasingly skyrocket under the management of GM who already has experience as the best management in the automotive world. And by presenting it in a different technology wrapped will make Hummer more in demand.

"This collaboration is very perfect because Hummer is a car that dominates the popularity of pickups and SUVs for buyers in America, even when the industrial recession occurred," said Brauer.

The video below explains about the Hummer HX Concept that appeared at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show:
For many lovers of tough cars, the choice of reviving Hummer as an electric car will further strengthen its dominance, amidst the desire of many countries who want to transform from conventional cars to environmentally friendly electric cars.
But GM hasn't announced exactly when, Hummer HX will start to fill to the production line, but they are optimistic that in the next few years Hummer will re-pave with strength and privileges as a tough environmentally friendly car. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | INSIDE EV | WALL STREET JOURNAL | MOTOR1]
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