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GM's rumoured Hummer pickup truck teased

Sadly, the simple silhouette outline doesn't tell us terribly much about the GM's first-ever electric pickup truck, which is rumoured to revive the Hummer brand. Whatever it will be branded, the new full-size electric pickup will look more like traditional petrol- and diesel-powered utes, as well as the upcoming electric Rivian R1T, than the divisively angular and groundbreaking Tesla Cybertruck...

Planned GM EVs may revive Hummer name – report

General Motors (GM) may be looking to its past to find a solution for the future. Ironically, its brand most maligned for being eco-unfriendly may become its new electric-only brand. Reuters reports General Motors is developing a range of premium electric pickup trucks and SUVs, some of which may wear the defunct Hummer name...

Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Hummer recalls announced

A trio of carmakers have issued recalls in Australia over the past week, including Mercedes-Benz, Volvo and, by way of GM Holden, the retired Hummer brand. For Mercedes-Benz, nearly 1800 examples of its A-Class and B-Class hatches sold between September 2012 and June 30 2013 may be affected...

2007-2009 Hummer H3 recalled in Australia

The Hummer H3 has been recalled in Australia over a potential wiring defect affecting the indicators. In total, 1951 Hummer H3 vehicles produced between 2007 and 2009 have been recalled to correct the safety defect, including 1837 vehicles in Australia and 114 in New Zealand...

Hummer officially shuttered as GM receive no viable bids for off-road brand

It's official: General Motors has today announced it will shutter its Hummer brand following the collapse of sales talks with China’s Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery. GM's Director of Network Support, Jim Bunnell made the announcement to the brand's 153 US dealers today, saying that although GM is still open to other offers for its premium off-road division, it has yet to receive any viable bids...

US dealer offers free shotgun with every Hummer sold

More news of the weird from the US this afternoon with a Missouri car dealership offering a free shotgun with every new Hummer sold. Following the recent slow down in GM sales, the dealership decided to sell guns in the same showroom as its cars. It seems it didn't take long to put two-and-two together...

Hummer sale failed

After the sale of the Hummer brand to China's Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machines Co.Ltd. fell through General Motors will wind down the brand. "Tengzhong  was unable to complete the acquisition,” GM said today in a statement. The Chinese company failed to win government approval of the sale, a source familiar with the negotiations said...

Hummer officially sold to China's Tengzhong

It's official, China's Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company has signed a definitive agreement to purchase the Hummer brand from General Motors. Hummer’s leadership team will remain in place and the company will be headquartered in Detroit...

GM Hummer to sell for $165 million to Chinese

General Motors is working hard to restructure itself to become profitable once again, as part of that process it needs to shed its non-profitable brands as quickly as possible. One of the lowest performing brands in the GM stable is Hummer which is expected to sell to China's Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co...

China could block Hummer sale - again

Chinese state radio is today claiming that the upcoming sale of GM's Hummer brand to Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery will be blocked due to environmental concerns. It's the second time this month the deal has been threatened following an announcement from the government last fortnight that building Hummer vehicles went against Beijing's policy of developing more energy efficient technologies...

Hummer going Chinese before October

Get used to this name: "Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery" (STHIM), the new owner of GM's once popular Hummer brand has announced that it aims to finalise the deal before October. STHIM General Manager Yang Yi said in an interview with the Us industry publication Autonews that his company has no intentions of transferring Hummer equipment or technology to China...