The official reveal of the upcoming electric GMC Hummer was originally scheduled to take place May 20 in Las Vegas. Like everything else, it has been delayed by the coronavirus outbreak, but the automaker has shared some new information about the interior of the electric truck.
New images and a description on the website for the Hummer EV shows that it will have an open-top design with removable roof panels. From the teaser image posted, the front row will have an unobstructed view of the sky with the roof panel removed.
GMC did not provide any details on how the panels are removed, or if they can be easily stored within the vehicle, but did say it can be done “easily”.
“The First Ever GMC HUMMER EV has zero limits, and our open-air design provides powerful proof. For the unique open-air experience, easily remove the four roof panels and front T-bar to let the world in.”
Since first announcing the electric Hummer during Super Bowl LIV, there have been a few teases showing the overall design of the truck will stay true to the original Hummer.
It will reportedly be available in a variety of configurations, with a maximum of 1,000 horsepower. It has already previously been revealed it will have an estimated 0-60mph time of 3 seconds, and 11,500 lb-ft of torque.