GMC has released a new special-edition version of the Hummer EV truck and SUV called the Omega edition.
It has matte-blue paint and other visual tweaks and is based on the EV3X versions with the Extreme Off-Road package.
The SUV starts at $139,995 and the pickup starts at $149,995, and they'll only be available to current Hummer reservation holders at first.
Now that the hubbub around the Hummer EV Edition 1 has faded, GMC is trying to drum up hype once again with a special edition for 2024 called the Omega. This appearance package is available for both the pickup and SUV models and includes an exclusive paint color, a few interesting exterior graphics, and standard equipment including the Extreme Off-Road Package and other goodies.
Neptune Blue Matte paint is standard, and the Omega also has black badges, black 18-inch beadlock-capable wheels, and clear roof panels. Inside, there are different carpeted flooring inserts. The SUV's spare-tire cover has a space-themed graphic, and the pickup gets a tailgate speaker.
These special editions are based on the EV3X versions of the Hummer EV pickup and SUV. That means a three-motor powertrain with 1000-horsepower, and the Omega also comes standard with the Extreme Off-Road package that adds 35-inch tires, skid plates, assist steps, and underbody cameras. Hummer recently revealed range estimates for these new powertrain and chassis configurations, with the pickup estimated to go 329 miles on a charge and the SUV estimated to go 298 miles on a charge when equipped with the off-road pack.
These trucks don't come cheap, with the Omega SUV starting at $139,995 and the pickup at $149,995. That's a whole lot more than the Hummer EV3X SUV with the Edition 1 package and the Extreme Off-Road package, which costs $110,595. If you're willing to shell out for one of these Omega models, you'll need to have an existing reservation for a Hummer EV—at least at first. GMC says that deliveries will start in the first half of 2024.
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