GMC makes an official statement today that the world debut of the all-new GMC Hummer EV truck was set for May 20, 2020 will be rescheduled to a later (yet unknown) date. The company also says that the production release of the new all-electric truck is still set for late 2021 just the way they initially announced.
GMC Hummer also released this little teaser video of a “computer simulated” truck from above. The rendering appears to have a styled and aggressive-looking hood, four panel glass roof, and a short bed out back.
Some unofficial reports state that the Hummer EV pickup may have a rear bed section that is directly linked into the four-door cab (similar to an older Chevy Avalanche truck).
The truck is still supposed to have up to 1,000 horsepower and be able to acceleration 0-60 MPH is about 3 seconds. It is likely to have all independent suspension (front and rear) and big aggressive all-terrain tires.
Below two other official images that General Motors has released in relation to their latest all-electric platform. They are using a new and unique NMCA battery chemistry that stands for (Nickel Magnesium Cobalt Aluminum).
We still speculate that the upcoming Hummer EV pickup truck will be more of a full-size “half-ton” truck with a short bed that is 5.5 feet or 5 feet in length and it may have some features from the Chevy Avalanche (such as a mid-gate).