This Hummer EV prototype was spotted in Whitby, Ontario (Canada) by a friend that lives in the area.
3X is just a battery pack change, and can be optioned to full ED1 hardware, so I guess this might be the smaller pack testing. If GM is really clever they will remove the rear most modules in the 3X pack, so they can give it more payload and towing.Na it's one of the very early ones.
Yes, I think they will remove the modules, use the SUV battery pack, and shift it forward.You really think they will remove any modules - I don't. They are still saying its rated for 300+ miles. With the Edition 1 now rated at 329, what would be the point in removing like 1-2 modules? It all seems out of date now as it still says an option is 3 motors and 350+ range, which they shouldn't be saying now. Will they remove some modules for all the lower trims and make them more like 250 range? Probably not I'd say.
We'll see how they have to adjust all their marketing/options here in months ahead I'd suppose.
WTF mode for the 3X will be less powerful... Unless you upgrade the battery pack.true, unless on 3x ya opt for wtf which is an option. So it has to remain possible with less modules then.
if GM was smart they would make wtf an over the air software enabled upgrade and charge enough to coverany Increased hardware + a good pure software profit. Similar to Teslas powereboost upgrades on the slower 3/Y they had a bit.
GM stated the lower power in the SUV is due to smaller battery pack, so clearly GM does not feel comfortable pulling the 1000hp from the 160kWh pack, which seems weird, Tesla pulls well over 1000 hp from the Plaid 99kWh pack. I think in this case Tesla is just comfortable with more risk on the battery, because the Plaid is really hard on its battery.The reservation page makes it sound like it does. It states 1000hp and 0-60 in 3 seconds with the option added to the 3X