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GMC is Bringing Back Hummer From The Dead!

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An exciting time to love automotives

The Hummer is set to become an electric vehicle in the near future. An electric vehicle with 1,000 horsepower and powerful torque from a dead stop.

The new hummer will boast a mind-numbing 11,500 lb-ft of torque. Expecting the new HUMMER EV to reach 0–60 in 3 seconds.

The HUMMER EV will be the first electric vehicle from GMC. Ushering in what GMC is calling a “Quiet Revolution.”

Next-generation vehicles will silently destroy the gasoline or diesel vehicle next to them at the track or stoplight. Much like Tesla’s vehicles have been doing for years in certain segments.

Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global Buick and GMC stated that: “GMC builds premium and capable trucks and SUVs and the GMC HUMMER EV takes this to new heights.”

“We are excited to debut our revolutionary zero-emissions truck during the biggest night in TV advertising.” The new line of ads has showcased the stark contrast that is coming.

Between loud, powerful modes of transportation from the past with the silent power electric vehicles promise.

So Begins the Electric Age

A new and exciting era is upon us with green vehicles that will change what we know about the world of general motors. Looks to be starting with the new HUMMER EV hitting the market in 2021.

Other EV’s to make their way into the year 2020 are the KIA SOUL EV with a new 64 kWh lithium ion polymer battery pack. Which delivers an as-yet
undisclosed range.

It is also reported to have it pegged at around 225 miles. Which is a considerable improvement over the current model’s 150-mile range.

The Mercedes-Benz EQC that will be able to generate over 400 horsepower and enable a 0-60 mph run in under five seconds. With an operating range estimated at 279 miles on a charge.

The VOLKSWAGEN ID which will be the first affordable EV from Volkswagen. It is reportedly be a small battery-powered hatchback (at center, above) called the ID.

It’s based on a concept version with 168-horsepower electric motor and a range of between 249 and 373 miles on a charge,

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