The 3X trim also removes some of the off-road specific options, like the underbody camera and some off-road protection, that are present on the Edition 1 Pickup. For those wanting to go off-road, there’s the Extreme Off-Road Package, which includes additional underbody cameras, skid plates, rocker protection, and assist steps. The Extreme Off-Road Package also replaces the all-terrain tires with mud-terrain tires for superior off-road grip. These changes reduce the range of the Hummer EV Pickup back down to the 329 miles of the Edition 1 trim.
Compared to vehicles like the Ford F-150 Lightning, the Hummer EV has sold incredibly poorly, reporting only two sales for the Hummer EV Pickup in Q1 of 2023. Ford’s utilitarian Lightning, on the other hand, sold 2,062 units in November 2022 alone, according to Ford’s sales report [PDF].
One of the biggest challenges to GMC’s Hummer EV luxury pickup is certainly price. While the Hummer EV is almost certainly far more capable than the Ford F-150 Lightning when it comes to off-road endeavors, Ford’s mass-market appeal and more affordable starting MSRP of $61,869 — compared to the Hummer EV’s starting MSRP of $86,645 — just make it a far more attractive prospect. GMC has not announced the pricing for the 2024 Hummer EV or announced a launch date for the 3X trim, but hopefully, when it does land, the new revisions will aid adoption.