All-electric Hummer EV will use a new battery system | Video

The new all-electric Hummer EV from GMC is expected to find its way out of production lines in 2022 and is an off road luxury Electric vehicle continuing the long and successful range of specific GMC vehicles. General Motors experimented with electric vehicles many years ago.

One of which was the EV1 in 1996 where it was one of the first pure electric cars where it had a futuristic design. Also in 2016 released the pure electric Chevrolet Bolt, which is a hatchback car where even today its production continues.

The video below from YouTube channel Engadget you can see General Motors using batteries that have different technology – philosophy than other manufacturers for new all-electric Hummer EV.

As far as mechanical parts are concerned, there are 3 electric motors that together produce more than 1,000 horses and allow the large pickup to accelerate to 0-60 mph in just 3 seconds with the “Watts to Freedom” launch control. General Motors” “Ultium” batteries give autonomy of 350 miles or 563 kilometers.

Batteries have fast charging as the Hummer charges up to 350 kW and this is enough to offer 100 miles or 160 km of range in 10 minutes! It is also worth mentioning that the new model has a four-wheel directional system which offers a function called “CrabWalk” in which the wheels turn in the same direction and the Hummer can move diagonally.

Video from YouTube channel Engadget

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