The world’s biggest Hummer took to the streets recently, dwarfing all those around it. The Hummer is three times the original and yes, it’s even bigger than GMC’s Hummer EV. Its name is the Hummer H1 X3 and it lives in the UAE.
Just take a look at the photo above. That little Hummer H1 in the foreground is actually the full-scale thing. And this H1 X3 makes it look like a kid’s toy.
The monster Hummer dimensions are a staggering 21.6 feet tall, 46 feet long, and 19 feet wide, which is three times bigger than the factory H1 it takes after and significantly larger than the biggest Hummer EV on the market which sits at 6.5 feet tall, 18 feet long, and 7.25 feet wide. The Hummer H1 X3 is powered by four diesel engines and has a multilevel interior that is currently unfinished but does include a kitchen and bathroom. The owner of the massive Hummer is none other than Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan also known as the Rainbow Sheikh. He’s a billionaire in the UAE. This isn’t the first massive vehicle for the Rainbow Sheikh, he also owns the world’s biggest Dodge Power Wagon as seen in Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear episode from way back.
While the Hummer has yet to be Guinness World Book certified, the Rainbow Sheikh does have a title or two from them, one of which came in 2020 for owning the largest collection of 4×4 vehicles with 718. The Hummer H1 X3 is now on display at one of the Sheikh’s museums in the UAE for people to enjoy. The Rainbow Sheikh turned the interior of the Dodge Power Wagon into a four bedroom luxury home on wheels so it might be safe to assume the same fate for the massive Hummer is still to come. In an Instagram post the Sheikh shows off some of his collection and shares a video glimpse of the Hummer driving to its museum home as well as a quick viewing of the unfinished interior.
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