Hummer H2 SUT Concept 2004 posters

Hummer H2 SUT Concept

The Hummer H2 is an SUV and SUT (Sport Utility Truck) that was manufactured by AM General and sold under the Hummer brand from 2002 to 2009. Compared to the Hummer H1, it was a slimmer vehicle with a larger, lighter, and taller profile, allowing it to hold six or seven passengers - including the driver. The H2 SUT (Sport Utility Truck) differed from the SUV in that it was modified in the back to have a pickup truck bed, making it capable of transporting the same cargo as a regular truck. It was the only model to feature the distinctive HUMMER lettering across its grille. The H2 SUT was built in a specially constructed plant in Mishawaka, Indiana. Its frame was engineered from three parts - the front using a modified GM 2500-series utility frame, the midsection delivering a full boxed structure, and the rear using a modified GM 1500-series frame that could handle up 8,600 pounds of gross vehicle weight. The 2003 H2 was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award. In 2009, Hummer launched a special Black Chrome Limited Edition of the H2. Rod Hall Racing have also won their class several times competing in the Baja 1000 using both the Hummer H3 and the H2. In terms of application, the H2 has a wider track firm than the average, which offers stability against potential overturning. While it was initially marketed as an off-road vehicle, it was also designed for everyday use, and is commonly used as a passenger vehicle. Along with the Ford Excursion, the H2 is also a frequently chosen base for limousine conversions.

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