The 2023 GMC Hummer EV is not a lightweight model that prioritizes the economy. It has a 1000-hp electric drivetrain, can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds, and can force its way through almost any terrain. The Hummer EV can more easily navigate around obstacles like hatchbacks and boulders thanks to a rear-wheel steering system, and it can even drive sideways when in its novel Crab driving mode.
The Hummer EV is more of a heavy-duty vehicle, in contrast to competitors like the Ford F-150 Lightning and Rivian R1T, which offer more conventional pickup truck practicality. With our top GMC EV Lease Deals in NY, let’s look at the review of this electric vehicle below.
Power And Performance
The sole selection for a powertrain in the Hummer EV is a configuration that includes three electric motors and can produce 1000 horsepower. The Hummer EV comes standard with all-wheel drive, and when we put it through its paces, the Watts to Freedom launch control driving mode helped it accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.3 seconds.
It has good acceleration but poor performance when it comes to brakes. It took an unusually long 211 feet for all of the Hummer EV’s mass to be brought to a stop from a speed of 70 miles per hour, and repeated runs caused the brakes to fade noticeably.
Charging And Battery Life
The Hummer EV makes use of GM’s brand-new Ultium battery-pack technology and boasts a claimed 329-mile range between charges. 290 miles were recorded in several testing during an all-highway range test at 75 mph. GMC claims that the Hummer’s 800-volt electrical system has a 350-kilowatt fast-charging capacity and can add 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes.
The Hummer EV can also charge on regular public charging terminals or at home using a provided adapter for customers who don’t have any DC fast charging stations nearby, but charging times are considerably longer.
The Hummer EV’s EPA fuel efficiency estimates are 51 MPGe city, 43 MPGe highway, and 47 MPGe combined.
Interior And Comfort
The Hummer EV looks like a crew cab pickup truck with a five-foot bed. Given the Hummer’s price and the cabin’s lack of space compared to GMC’s Sierra crew cab pickup truck, interior materials could be of higher quality. However, the interior can be exposed due to an optional removable roof that reintroduces a T-top–inspired design.
When it comes to towing and payload, GMC claims that the Hummer EV can tow up to 7500 pounds. Other EV pickups, such as the Rivian R1T and the Ford F-150 Lightning, have towing capacities of 11,000 pounds and 10,000 pounds, respectively.
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