Rumor: GMC planning a successor of the iconic Hummer?

Article by Christian A., on March 3, 2014

Despite the fact that GM stopped Hummer production, it appears that the brand is not actually dead. According to Benjamin Hunting over at TheCarGuide, who spoke with a GMC designer in the past week, the brand owned by GM is in the process of putting together a new model that will be a successor to the Hummer.

Still, do not expect a rugged version of the current Terrain as GMC is actually preparing a brand new vehicle that will challenge the Jeep Wrangler.

Moreover, there are no details when this new vehicle could hit the dealerships but if this is true we should see a concept version of the new Hummer successor from GMC. We do hope that GMC will not follow the same path it did with the Granite Concept though…

For those who do not remember, Hummer built quite popular models such as the H1 and the H2, but when the H3 arrived bankruptcy and fuel mileage concerns killed the brand. [source: TheCarGuide]

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