Hummer H1 Alpha Concept
The Hummer H1 is a civilian vehicle based on the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) which was designed by AM General. It was originally released to the civilian market in 1992 thanks to the ongoing attention and interest sparked by photos of Operation Desert Storm, as well as the popular endorsement of a few famous owners such as actor Arnold Schwarzeneggar.
In 2006, GM announced that the Hummer H1 would have its last model year with production winding down due to the stricter emission laws for diesel engine vehicles that would take effect in 2007. However, AM General currently has orders for fifty thousand new HMMWV's to be produced for the United States military from 2006 to 2009. Furthermore, they will continue to produce the H1, though it will have to be sold through fleet sales in order to comply with the new emission rules and regulations, and AM General estimates they can produce between 600 and 800 units a year in the meantime.
The Hummer H1 has three common variants: a convertible-like soft top, a four-door hard top pickup truck and a Wagon body version. Additionally, limited variants of a two-door pickup and a four-door slantback can be found through fleet livery. As of right now, the soft top and the station wagon versions are the only two available to most customers in the mass market.
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