A number of YouTubers had the possibility to see the GMC Hummer EV electrical pickup truck prototype up shut.

Right here’s the video.

Final week, GM formally launched its GMC Hummer EV, an all-electric “supertruck” with as much as 350 miles of vary and a beginning value of $80,000.

The car impressed many with a ton of options and first rate vary for an electrical car of this measurement.

GM plans to launch the electrical pickup truck subsequent 12 months, which is fast, however the automaker will begin gradual with the higher-end model of the truck and the bottom model is just not anticipated till 2024.

The automaker has even admitted to not having a fully-working prototype of the Hummer EV lower than a 12 months earlier than the official begin of manufacturing — which is uncommon within the business.

Nonetheless, they’ve a reasonably full show prototype that they confirmed to some YouTubers.

Right here’s a fast take a look at the GMC Hummer EV prototype by Velocity Phenom:

That is apparently pretty near what consumers will get with the Hummer EV Version 1, which was reserved out in just about an hour final week.

It received’t do a 0-60 mph launch in 3 seconds simply but, however the design options needs to be indicative of the manufacturing model.

We will see the massive heart touchscreen and its person interface:

Velocity Phenom additionally confirmed the Hummer EV’s entrance fascia, which is harking back to the basic Hummer however with an electrical twist.

A lot of the air intakes are gone and the design is extra streamlined but nonetheless seems to be aggressive.

Below that hood, you may have a reasonably large entrance trunk or ‘frunk’:

Within the again, the Hummer EV brings tailgaiting to a complete new degree with audio system built-in within the step:

You may watch the total video for extra design options of the Hummer EV and see our launch day post for all of the specs of the electrical pickup truck coming subsequent 12 months.

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