What is the GMC Hummer EV's 'Crab' manner? Fox News Autos investigates

Yolanda Curtis
August 1, 2020

Specifically, the Hummer EV truck will be followed later by an SUV version. As a result, electric cars stand out.

The front has already been shown and will employ cold vertical chrome with the letters that make up the Hummer's name, as well as full LED headlights and pronounced lower grille.


Startup electrical truck corporation Rivian's pickup employs 4 electric powered motors that make it possible for it to execute a "tank flip" in location by powering them in opposite instructions, but it cannot transfer sideways ... as much as we know. From what we know it will be an all-electric vehicle, just like the new Hummer pickup.

With the market hyped up for Tesla's Cybertruck, the Hummer EV pickup may well be General Motors' most important vehicle yet. The C-pillars rake more toward the vehicle's front, too. With around 1000bhp and 11,500lb ft of torque, it is claimed to be capable of 0-60mph in 3sec and takes its power from GM's new Ultium battery pack, which is capable of "super-fast charging" and is expected to offer a range of up to 400 miles. The latest teaser video features Lebron James and offers some new insights into the new Hummer brand. We hope that both vehicles come in at a reasonable price, get made on schedule, and deliver on lofty stated stats and features. The boxy roofline, squared fenders catching a hint of light, and even the wheel design are all closely reminiscent of the last we saw of the Hummer H3 back in 2010.


The video reveals an SUV with an external spare tire and a pickup truck, which is said to be the Sport Utility Truck.

GMC will also start accepting orders when the new electric hummer models begin production.


It also has an Adrenaline Mode, which likely goes alongside with its greatest effectiveness, but also anything termed Crab Method which is a lot more of a mystery. Until then, we will have to be content with what the company has explained.

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