Hummer EV Pickup Prototypes Spotted In The Wild In Utah: Video

The all-new Hummer EV pickup has arrived, resurrecting the iconic off-roading nameplate with a healthy dose of all-electric juice. Although we’ve seen the Hummer EV in a variety of press photos and spy shots before, one fan recently managed to catch not one, not two, but three prototype models parked in the wild, capturing the sighting in the following brief video.

Coming to us from YouTube user Skyler Baird, the three Hummer pickup prototypes were found parked behind the LDS Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, per the video description. Much like the Hummer EV prototypes that we’ve seen in the past, these models are equipped with non-production-spec body components, with black coverings for the front fascia, headlamps, and rear tail lights. The prototypes also have the fender flares and lower rocker panels removed, as we’ve seen previously.

The video includes a brief walk around the exterior of the three Hummer pickups, as well as a brief glimpse inside the cabin through the dirty windows. The video is under two minutes long, but does well to show some of the prototype vehicles’ close-up details.

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Just a few weeks ago, Hummer Nation provided coverage of a new Hummer video showing a pickup prototype conducting some cold-weather testing in the snow, sliding around with some surprisingly nimble maneuvering. Before that, we managed to capture a Hummer EV pickup prototype coming out of the General Motors Milford Proving Grounds conducting a quick foot-down acceleration sprint, during which the supertruck’s impressive all-electric torque shoved the vehicle’s weight onto the rear axle, causing the front end to noticeably lift up.

As a reminder, the 2024 Hummer EV SUV dropped cover early in April, expanding the Hummer EV line with a new body style.

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