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Would You Be Interested In A 3-Door Hummer EV Like This?

motor1 logo motor1 10/26/2020 Jacob Oliva

a car parked in front of a truck: 3-Door Hummer EV Rendering © 3-Door Hummer EV Rendering

It won't likely happen, but here's a fan rendering to help you imagine.

Even before its launch, the GMC Hummer EV has been all-but-guaranteed to get an SUV version, sized similarly with another GMC SUV, the Yukon. It will also likely get a three-row seating configuration, offering more people-hauling capabilities than its current form.

But the returning Hummer is one massive truck, even wider than the Sierra and the Ford F-150 Raptor. While it trumps over heavy-duty trucks in terms of girth, the Hummer is shorter than both, which puts it amid the mid-size and full-size trucks in terms of overall length.

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While most SUV buyers prefer this size in their EV SUVs, some might look for a shorter version. Fret not as X-Tomi Design has made a rendering of a shorter Hummer SUV to help you imagine what would that could look like.

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This fan rendering is, of course, fictional and won't likely happen as far as current reports suggest. Then again, with a three-door configuration and a shortened wheelbase, we couldn't resist but wish for it to become a reality. After all, a shorter wheelbase means more possible obstacles to conquer. Imagine all the fun you could have with this off-roader.

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The idea of a three-door Hummer SUV sounds attractive, though we can't help but notice that this rendering looks disproportionate, especially with its long hood. We also kind of see a hint of a Toyota FJ Cruiser with its shape, along with the contrasting roof color and squared-off wheel arches. A bit of a mashup, don't you think?

Then again, as we mentioned, this short-wheelbase SUV won't likely make it in real life so don't get your hopes up – at least for now.

Source: X-Tomi Design


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