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Someone Has Paid $2.5 Million For The First GMC Hummer EV

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By B. O’Hare

The first ever GMC Hummer EV just sold for a remarkable $2.5 million at the Barrett-Jackson charity auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. Despite the fact that the Hummer EV will start at $112,595 when it goes on sale this fall, a hefty premium was paid for VIN #001. The buyer in question? An unnamed woman.

All proceeds of the auction are going to a worthy cause, The Tunnel To Towers Foundation – who support the families of first responders killed in the line of duty.

The GMC Hummer EV Edition 1 (also known as the EV1) will be the first version of GM’s all-electric ‘Supertruck’ to hit the market. Powered by GM’s Ultium battery pack, the EV1 is capable of 350kW fast charging, 0-60 mph in 3 seconds and 350 miles per charge. Cheaper variants will be available throughout the coming years, with a $79k entry-level version planned for (wait for it) Spring 2024. An SUV version will also be available down the pipeline.

Are you a fan of the GMC Hummer EV? Would you consider one over its numerous upcoming rivals, such as the Tesla Cybertruck or Rivian R1T? Let us know your thoughts in the replies section below.

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