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TFL is at Barrett-Jackson in Arizona and got some footage of the Hummer that's going to be on the auction block.

Looks like the Hummer won't be the only VIN #1 being auctioned off for charity. The video also shows Barret-Jackson will auction Ram TRX #001, Mustang Mach 1 #001, and Bronco #001.

Which one gets sold for the most money?

 

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Visited today, got these pictures. The GMC rep there told me they have 15 vehicles out testing. The one at the show is hand made and is not one of the test vehicles.
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Yeah, this is the original show truck that has been all over the place, looks like they cleaned it up really well for the auction. If GM sold that one for a million they would lose money...
 

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Visited today, got these pictures. The GMC rep there told me they have 15 vehicles out testing. The one at the show is hand made and is not one of the test vehicles.
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Great photos @azbill! I can't wait to see how much it sells for on Saturday.
 

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There is a lot of excitement around the Hummer EV project, I think $2M Plus!
I decided to make a poll to see who comes closest to guessing the Hummer's price. I'm thinking $2.5-$2.75 million.

 

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Here are a couple more photos I extracted from video. The truck bed is 48 inches wide between the wheel wells in the bed, do definitely the size of the Silverado/Sierra pickups. You can also see the rear window rolled down partially.

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azbill - How does the Hummer EV compare in person to the photos/videos most of us only have access to?
This one was still the hand built "show vehicle" that has been in many of the photos. For me, seeing it in person confirmed that it is big, as compared to a Rivian or a Bronco. The bed size is very much like my existing GMC Sierra, probably a bit wider. The interior also has a lot of room. It appears bigger than the old H2 and H3 Hummers, those had a really short pickup bed, and I do not think they had the width of this one. The H2 width states 81 inches, and the EV is 86 inches wide. That screen in the middle is also big.
 

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Here are a couple more photos I extracted from video. The truck bed is 48 inches wide between the wheel wells in the bed, do definitely the size of the Silverado/Sierra pickups. You can also see the rear window rolled down partially.

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I like the pattern they went with for the bed. I wonder if that'll carry over to the production model or they make it a plain bed.
 

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The bed is one of those things I have been wondering about myself. I haven't seen any photos of the opening for the spare in the bottom of the bed - assuming there is one. How about a plug in the back for running tools? I don't see any way to tie down anything either.

I am aware that it is still an early show vehicle, so they probably just didn't feel like/have time to putting those in yet, and wanted to keep some surprises for later!
 

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The bed is one of those things I have been wondering about myself. I haven't seen any photos of the opening for the spare in the bottom of the bed - assuming there is one. How about a plug in the back for running tools? I don't see any way to tie down anything either.

I am aware that it is still an early show vehicle, so they probably just didn't feel like/have time to putting those in yet, and wanted to keep some surprises for later!
Remember the truck being shown at Barrett Jackson is the hand built prototype (concept) and so many functionalities that will be in the production model are not shown in this model. GM leads the market in bed usability, and the production Hummer EV will be no different when it comes to tie downs, etc, as for the outlets in the bed I have no doubt Hummer EV will have at least a 120v outlet, the question is only whether it will have capability matching the F150 Hybrid, 7.2 kW in the bed which would be awesome.
 
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