- The 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUT will provide up to 381 miles of range, according to GM estimates.
- That estimated range is for the 3X trim of the electric truck with the largest battery, which was previously rated at 355 miles—an increase of 26 miles.
- Equipped with the Extreme Off-Road package, the ’24 Hummer EV SUT will go 30 miles longer than before for an estimated 359 miles per charge.
GMC claims the 2024 Hummer EV SUT will be able to go further on a single charge. While the previous model year had an estimated 355-mile limit, the new model year gains an additional 26 miles, with the electric pickup truck now topping out at a claimed 381 miles on a full charge.
To take advantage of the increasing range, customers must choose EVs3X level trim with a larger 24-module battery pack (GMC does not list its net capacity). That estimated range drops to 359 miles when the Hummer EV SUT is equipped with the Extreme Off-Road package that includes 18-inch tires on 35-inch tires, additional skid plates and other off-road-oriented upgrades. While that’s 22 miles less than the truck without the kit, GMC says it’s 30 miles more than the previous model year.
GMC will also offer a Hummer EV that carries a cargo bed3X with a smaller 20 module battery as standard. However, the estimated range of the pack is currently unknown. Those figures and more should be revealed before the 2024 Hummer EV SUT goes on sale this fall to current reservation holders. Final pricing remains to be seen, but the top-level 3X trim will start around $108K.
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