GMC has just released new specifications for the 2023 Hummer EV pickup and the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV, including the 3X trim for both models of the super truck. The new estimated range for the GMC Hummer EV3X will make it the range-topper for the electric vehicle.
GMC Hummer EV 3X: Details
The 3X trim will come standard with 22-inch wheels and 35-inch All-Terrain tires that offer a sportier, more on-road-oriented driving dynamic. In this configuration, customers can expect a GM-estimated range of up to 355 miles on a full charge allowing them to take the electric super truck journey even further. That’s an increase to the original estimated range for the trim, which was expected to be around 300 miles, so for those with plans to buy one, that’s excellent news.
For those who want to head off the beaten path, the 3X trim will also offer the Extreme Off-Road Package, which includes additional underbody cameras, skid plates, and rocker protection with built-in assist steps as well as 18-inch wheels and 35-inch Mud-Terrain tires. This configuration will offer a GM-estimated range of up to 329 miles on a full charge, as found in the fully loaded Edition 1 pickup. Opting for the this package prioritizes capability over efficiency (tires), explaining the drop in range.
The 2023 GMC Hummer EV 3X in either configuration has an estimated 1,000 horsepower and 11,500 lb-ft of torque. Adding the Extreme Off-Road Package does reduce the towing weight of the vehicle from 8,500 lbs to 7,500 lbs, which is the same towing weight as the Hummer EV Edition 1.
As for the SUV version of the Hummer EV 3X, the range is estimated to be around 314 miles on a full charge for the on-road version. Meanwhile, the Extreme Off-Road package only has an estimated range of up to 298 miles on a full charge. Power for the SUV will be 830 ponies and 11,500 lb-ft of torque. The vehicle will cost around $99,995, which is likely just for the standard version; adding options and packages will bring the price up. But that’s not an egregious price for the new content (and development costs) that went into the truck.