• Sep 9, 2012
There's good news for you if you're still lamenting the loss of Hummer. UK-based customizer Prindiville will gladly whip you up a new officially-licensed, pint-sized version of General Motors' fuel-thirsty off roader.

This machine doesn't get its power from a heady V8, though. Instead, the company built the baby hummer as a plug-in hybrid with a 60-mile range. Using a 72-volt driveline coupled to an as-yet named internal combustion engine and a set of lithium-ion batteries, the Electric Hummer can whir around town on the buyer's choice of either 15 or 18-inch wheels. The driver gets to enjoy a set of full-LCD gauges to help keep an eye on remaining power, and a Pioneer head unit supplies passengers with tunes.

Prindiville currently plans to turn out 25 examples of the Electric Hummer, each with a price tag of $40,000. Still, something tells us that if the machines turn out to be wildly popular, there won't be anything stopping the company from turning out a few more. Head over to the Prindiville site for more information.


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      wickedme91
      • 2 Years Ago
      40K Golf carts?
      WillieD
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why not make it either just electric of just gas powered? Seems way too complicated for something of its size. Good luck with all 2 that they sell.
      Flash!
      • 2 Years Ago
      I sure wouldn't want to pull out in front of a speeding Pontiac G5 in one of these. Sorry kids, you're on your own.
      SloopJohnB
      • 2 Years Ago
      OMG...I want one for a golf cart in a retirement village! On the golf course too!
      Cruising
      • 2 Years Ago
      yes i'm lamenting the loss of hummer and i kind of wish gm would have kept the original h1 around as a halo truck.
      • 2 Years Ago
      [blocked]
      drewpy
      • 2 Years Ago
      wildly popular...don't think that's gonna happen 40k...agreed...yikes.
        drewpy
        • 2 Years Ago
        @drewpy
        and 60 mile range from a hybrid powertrain...does it have a 5 gallon tank?
      A_Guy
      • 2 Years Ago
      Cute idea but the styling is way too awkward. The proportions make it look dopey, they should have made it look like the HX concept. I'm also confused by the drivetrain... Is it a hybrid that can go 60 miles on EV mode and then works as a normal hybrid after that?