Aside from the Lunar Shadow color scheme, not much looks different in the Hummer EV SUV’s cabin than the pickup. This isn’t an insult, as the truck features the most premium interior design we’ve seen from GMC. The user experience team worked alongside Perception, a creative agency best known for working on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Owners will experience these new graphics on a 13.4-inch diagonal infotainment screen and a 12.3-inch diagonal driver information center display. These screens pack some well-thought-out features such as the in-vehicle energy app, digital key, HD surround vision, and off-road widgets. Crucially, the Hummer EV packs the most important feature of all, enhanced Super Cruise, standard on all trim levels.
Though the old Hummer H2 offered a tiny third-row seat option, GMC designed the Hummer EV SUV as a pure five-seat vehicle. GMC hasn’t shared full interior dimensions, but with a longer wheelbase than the Yukon, we expect passenger space to be impressive.