2023 GMC Hummer EV SUT’s Estimated Range Rises to 355 Miles
- The 2023 GMC Hummer SUT lineup adds a EV3X trim level with a manufacturer-estimated range of 355 miles.
- The Hummer EV3X pickup truck features standard 22-inch wheels mounted on 35-inch-tall all-terrain tires.
- The 2024 GMC Hummer SUV also offers the EV3X trim, but it has a lower EPA-estimated range of 314 miles.
The GMC Hummer EV pickup truck will no longer be available only as the fully loaded Edition 1, which continues into the 2023 model year. That’s because it’s now joined by the lower EV3X trim level, which brings with it a higher manufacturer-estimated driving range of 355 miles (26 more than the Edition 1).
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The new Hummer EV3X pickup features the same three-motor electric powertrain as the Edition 1. However, the XXX comes standard with 22-inch wheels mounted on 35-inch all-terrain tires. It’s also available with the Extreme Off-Road package that includes 18-inch wheels on 35-inch mud-terrain tires as well as extra skid plates and other off-road-oriented add-ons.
Equipped with the Extreme Off-Road package, the Hummer EV3X‘s estimated range drops to 329 miles per charge—same as the Edition 1, which features similar equipment. Both of those beefed-up versions are rated to tow 7500 pounds, whereas the standard EV3X has an 8500-pound max towing capacity.
The EV3X is also part of the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV lineup. It’s essentially the same deal as with the pickup truck, except the electric SUV’s tri-motor setup isn’t as powerful, and it has EPA-estimated ranges that are lower. Riding on the standard 22-inch wheel-and-tire combo, the Edition 1 and EV3X are expected to provide 314 miles per charge. Opting for the Extreme Off-Road package shaves 16 miles off of that estimate, dropping its range to 298 miles.
While both GMC Hummer EV body styles are currently being built at GM’s Factory Zero production facility in the Detroit-Hamtramck area, the company is still working to fill what was once said to be over 90,000 reservations combined. As a result of the back log, GMC says reservations are currently closed for the SUT and SUV.
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