A Modern Day Hummer That Isn’t Electric

This new Hummer H1 concept is a petrol-soaked guilty pleasure.

By Terry Christodoulou 19/05/2020

Samir Sadikhov has a thing for designing domineering vehicles – recall that big-bodied, armoured V8 SUV that was the Rezvani Tank?

And now, Sadikhov’s turned his attention to the ultimate in flag-waving American auto – the Hummer.

“Despite its faults, usage purposes, technical difficulties, [the H1] had a character, personality and it was one of the coolest cars ever made,” states Sadikhov.

His vision is a concept that showcases rounded utilitarian shapes against the obvious military muscle, with an iconic seven-slot grill, ‘Humvee’ emblazoned on the bumper (in case you somehow missed its presence) and four-panel panoramic roof.

It arguably trumps the pending GMC Hummer EV – now we just need someone to build it.

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