The tuners at Prindiville have released the first customized electric Hummer in the UK. Usually when you think of the Hummer H1, H2 or H3 the first thing that comes to mind is “gas guzzler”. Prindiville has changed things for the better with this 72V drive system that transfers the electric power through a two-speed transmission. It comes powered by a lithium-ion phosphate battery that will hold enough charge for approximately 60 miles. They have designed this for the “daily city commuter transport” and are limiting the production to only 25 units. Reserve your own today!
With the launch of the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in November, Germany car wrapping specialist Cam-Shaft went ahead with the ultimate Call of Duty truck based on the Hummer H1. Video games are becoming more popular day by day, and we are seeing more car tuners incorporate these themes in their designs. What is strange is the fact that you can’t really drive cars in the online multiplayer version of the Call of Duty series. Hopefully in the future they will allow this mode, but games like Battlefield 2 have shown it is difficult to have the games running smoothly with so many different types of vehicles.
Now this is a Hummer! We’ve seen some interesting things done to the Hummer H2, however GeigerCars latest build definitely tops them all with this Mattracks rubber tracking system. Called the Hummer H2 Bomber, the tuning company swapped the regular 20×8.5 wheels with a Mattracks 88M1-A1 rubber track kit that can handle almost any type of terrain. The rubber tracks are 40 cm wide and 150 cm long and powered by the 398 hp V8 engine. Torque numbers show 574 Nm, so the new wheels package on the GeigerCars Hummer H2 should be similar to a war tank. I’m just wondering if they took this idea from the Subaru Impreza WRX STi Trax.
CFC, which stands for Car Film Components, is a German based tuner who decided to pimp out this Hummer H2 with several chrome accessories. They claim this build to be pretty sexy, but honestly I could only see popular rappers such as Lil Wayne or Drake driving a car like this. Their tuning firm decided to wrap the Hummer H2 SUV in chrome vinyl, and black out the windows with tint before adding the CFC stickers on the side. The most attracting feature on the vehicle are definitely the huge 28-inch light alloy chrome wheels from TunerShop, which come wrapped in 325/35 R28 tires from Kumho. Moving to the interior however, CFC went over the top on this Hummer H2.
This bold head turner Hummer H2 Kompressor received some fancy tuning by Geiger Cars, and they named it the Hummer H2 Latte Macciatto. The tuners from Geiger Cars at GeigerCars.de developed an extensive styling package for the Hummer H2, and performance was increased as well to go along with the looks. Final power output from the truck is 547 PS and 763 Nm of torque from an added supercharger and engine tuning. With these modifications it is relatively quick for its size, running 0-100 km/h in 6.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 228 km/h. Geiger Cars really performed some car tuning on the Hummer H2 Latte Macciatto by redesigning the whole interior, custom painting the exterior, and adding ridiculously large 30 inch chrome rims.
We’ve seen Geiger modifying a lot of sport cars like Dodge Viper but they wanted a new challenge and started to modify a Hummer H3 V8 Kompressor. They made a special body kit for this ride with no rear spare tire and they installed a lot of carbon fiber elements in the car’s interior. This Hummer has almost the same weight as the stock car but it’s performances were improved a lot. The stock H3 had an engine with 300 HP and this one by Geiger has a 5.3L V8 engine which could deliver 423 HP. You couldn’t imagine a huge car like this one accelerate in just 7 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h but this H3 could do that.