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Here's a pretty interesting article compiling everything we know (and some minor things we didn't) in one place. Here's an interesting paragraph that mentions two things about the exterior and interior:

"The Hummer SUT combines a roomy cabin—along the lines of a crew cab—with a modestly sized pickup bed. The GMC Hummer SUV is essentially the same vehicle from the side pillar forward, but it has a tall body that, at least at a quick look, appeared to be built with a somewhat shorter overall length (and perhaps, a shorter wheelbase). Overall, the Hummer models appear sized at the small end of today’s full-size pickups and SUVs, but GM has resisted confirming anything about dimensions.

Among the ten or so upcoming electric vehicles that Green Car Reports saw in a private, no-cameras reveal earlier this year, the Hummer models were among the best-coordinated between their interior and exterior styling, as the same close team had worked on these trucks.

The styling mixes chunky proportions with some amount of body sculpting and creasing—essentially picking up where Hummer left off with the brand’s discontinuation in 2009, rather than reaching back to the blocky Hummer H1 that started it all in the 1990s for inspiration. Designers might have decided it’s too early to consider that retro, but the story of why the trucks look like they do will likely not be told until the reveal
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So it'll be full-size, but smaller than a Sierra Crew Cab, at least in length (it'll likely be taller). And like one journalist said before, it'll take most inspiration from the later Hummer models, particularly the H3 and H3T. The next teaser is rumored to be coming in August!
 

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I don't mind the Hummer being a bit smaller than a F-150, Ram, or Silverado/Sierra. Especially since it's made more for off-roading. What I really don't want is for it to be closer to a mid-size pickup.
 

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I don't mind the Hummer being a bit smaller than a F-150, Ram, or Silverado/Sierra. Especially since it's made more for off-roading. What I really don't want is for it to be closer to a mid-size pickup.
I'm with you all the way there, Oakwood. Honestly, this sounds like the perfect size to me. Mid-size is too small, but Sierra-sized would be too big for most people. As long as the SUV and SUT are much closer to full-size then mid-size, I'm happy!
 
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