After receiving an enthusiastic reception for its H3 Street concept at the 2005 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show last November, General Motors' HUMMER brand will produce a 2007 HUMMER H3x to cater to the automotive aftermarket restyler market. A US and Canada-only vehicle, the special edition H3 will be powered by the same inline five as the regular H3, but will sport several cosmetic differences, including copious amounts of chrome, a brushguard and special wheels and tires.

Another pic and full release after the jump. 2006 Detroit Auto Show: Hummer H3x

DETROIT — Less than a year after the H3 went on sale, HUMMER is unveiling a new model called the H3x. It is based on the H3 Street concept shown at the automotive industry's annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in November.

The 2007 H3x, designed to appeal to buyers with an interest in a customized appearance, injects new energy into the HUMMER lineup, while delivering the brand's trademark iconic bold design and unmatched off-road prowess.

"The H3x enables buyers to enjoy the appearance of a personalized, accessorized truck available directly from the factory," said Susan Docherty, HUMMER general manager. "It's intended for those who want to make a personal style statement and differentiate themselves from other H3 owners."

The H3x begins with an H3 equipped with the Luxury package, chrome tube steps, chrome appearance package and chrome fuel door. The package also includes a body-color grille and spare tire cover, unique tires, wheels and center cap, and a brush guard. The interior features embroidered headrests.

Consumers can further personalize their H3x with any of the H3's eight exterior colors and three leather interiors. The model is scheduled to arrive in dealerships in late summer of 2006. It will be available only in the United States and Canada.

Source: GM

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