GM is planning to revive Hummer, not as a standalone brand, but within GMC’s range.
Before the 2008 crisis GM was the world’s largest automaker, but currently it sits in fourth place.
GM’s electric pickup, which could use the Hummer name, will arrive sooner than many people thought.
This Black Stallion built for a movie uses a standard Hummer V8, but customer cars can be fitted with a Hellcat one.
GM is reportedly working on several electric vehicles including a pickup and SUV that could wear the Hummer name.
Included in the auction are three Plymouth Superbirds and dozens of Camaros, Challengers and Mustangs, plus a Bentley, a Maserati and a Jag.
The H1 from Mil-Spec Automotive is powered by a 500 HP, 6.6-liter Duramax diesel V8.
GM is toying around with the idea of a Hummer relaunch, but still sounds pretty far-fetched.
The legendary military truck-turned-fashion icon has been thoroughly updated without losing its identity.
If it follows Ford’s lead, it could resurrect a defunct nameplate – and we’d prefer Hummer over the GMC Jimny.
This 1995 Hummer H1 will cost you less than the Jeep – and you have less than a day to bid.
A 1996 slant-back H1 was stripped and comprehensively re-engineered to be both tougher and more modern.
It’s all good until you learn the asking price is a quarter of a million dollars.
Assemble your own Marine Expeditionary Force (and $250k) to pile into this generously upgraded Humvee.
Turn up on a track in this, and you’re guaranteed to make jaws drop and make hypercars invisible.
Think the new Telluride looks tough? Check out what Kia makes for military procurement.
34 years since its initial launch, AM General presented the upgraded NXT 360 Humvee at the Eurosatory expo in Paris.
The $218k Mil-Spec Hummer H1 Launch Edition packs more power and custom-fabricated everything for an even more hardcore off-roader.
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Despite the Audi having the right of way, had it not been…