After delays, GMC announces electric Hummer will debut this fall, production to begin late 2021

The global coronavirus pandemic has disrupted several automakers’ plans to reveal their upcoming electric vehicles. One of those was GMC, who was supposed to unveil their much-hyped electric Hummer earlier this year.

After months of delays, GMC announced today in a press release it will unveil the Hummer EV this fall and will begin production in late 2021.

Along with the announcement, GMC also released a new video, showing off more details about the EV. Towards the end of the 1-minute video featuring LeBron James, we get to see a silhouette of two different versions of the Hummer, a traditional truck setup as well as an SUV.

The video also lists a number of features and specs we already knew about, but also revealed several new ones like “Crab Mode”, “Adrenaline Mode”, and “Ultra Vision Cameras”.

The automaker earlier this year also gave us a sneak peak of what it calls its “Infinity Roof”. From images on their website, it shows it will feature an open-top design with removable roof panels.

The electric Hummer is set to have an estimated 1,000 horsepower and 11,500 lb-ft of torque, and a 0-60mph time of 3 seconds, making it a serious Cybertruck contender. According to the automaker, further details will be shared closer to its reveal.

Check out the full video released today below.

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