A product name with roaring tone, it sparked attention during the 90’s with the announcement of the civilian Humvee in 1991. Factory-made by AM General, a division of American Motors, the Humvee, which stands for High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle was launched in 1985.
Hummers are barely best sellers due to their significant size, weight and shocking criticism-igniting fuel intake. GM attained the rights over Hummer in 1999, after which the marque went through an image-strengthening procedure, aiming at sales rises and revenue evolution. The first Hummer was retitled to H1, and the later reproductions carried on with the solo letter/number classification, through the H2 and the H3, which is the latest. The H3 was built to match the likings of SUV drivers.
Despite its dealership network exposure, the Hummer has only retailed in small sizes, being highly costly and unpractical. Still, it’s one of the preferred brands among stars that have helped build the product into something profligate.
The Hummer’s only official strengths are its strong chassis, increased protection and looks.
Hummer’s most rough looking model. Closest to its military equivalent, the H1 was the lowliest selling vehicle. However, Hummer’s steel-clad wheeled gas-guzzling cars still turn heads anywhere they go and for a particular category of people, this outcome exceeds being environmentally friendly.