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Watch An A-10 Warthog Destroy A Humvee Drone 19
Posted by Carscoops Staff in Airplane, HUMMER, Military Vehicles, video on 03 19th, 2017

The A-10 Thunderbolt isn't the newest jet in the US Air Force inventory. It's not the fastest, the flashiest, or the most expensive. It can't break the sound barrier, and it has no stealth capabilities. But it is very good at one thing: destroying things on the ground.
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Is The Hummer H2 The Most Embarrassing Car You Can Drive? 2
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in HUMMER, Hummer H2, Hummer Videos, reviews, video on 03 2nd, 2017

Unless you're a professional athlete and you own a time machine to get yourself to the mid-2000s, driving around in a Hummer H2 makes about as much sense as building a monster truck out of a Toyota Prius.
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Mystery Military Convoy Spotted Carrying ‘Trump’ Flag 2
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in HUMMER, Hummer Videos, Military Vehicles, Offbeat News, video on 02 2nd, 2017

This mystery Humvee convoy was spotted in Kentucky down Interstate 65 through Louisville on Sunday morning, and no branch of the military has yet to claim it.
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Watch As The Military Parachute Eight Humvees From A Plane! 1
Posted by Brad Anderson in HUMMER, Hummer Videos, video on 08 1st, 2016

Do you remember that rather famous scene from Furious 7 where a number of cars parachuted out of a plane? Well those scenes were inspired by what the military has been doing for years, sending all manner of vehicles into the sky around the world.
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Tupac’s Hummer H1 Sold For More Than $330,000 23
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in auction, celebrities, HUMMER, Hummer H1, used cars on 05 23rd, 2016

While estimated to fetch $100,000, the 1996 Hummer H1, originally purchased by Tupac Shakur, went under the hammer for more than three times the price.
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You Can Roll In Tupac Shakur’s 1996 Hummer H1 3
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in auction, celebrities, HUMMER, Hummer H1, used cars on 05 3rd, 2016

Bound to hit the auction block next week, this Hummer H1 is the last set of wheels purchased by the late Tupac Shakur before he was murdered.
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Houston’s Devastating Floods Are No Match For Hummer H1 20
Posted by John Halas in HUMMER, Hummer H1, Hummer Videos, Offbeat News, video on 04 20th, 2016

Say what you will about the Hummer H1, the civilian version of AM General’s Humvee, but there’s no denying its capabilities as a survival vehicle under extreme weather conditions.
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Russia Puts Together Hummer Crash Compilation 10
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in Accidents, HUMMER, Offbeat News, Russia, video on 02 10th, 2016

If there ever was a case for people driving extremely large cars and behaving in an uncivilized and/or careless manner, this video will definitely stand up in court.
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A Hummer H1 On The Drag Strip? Sure, Why Not… 24
Posted by Andrei Nedelea in Drag-Racing, HUMMER, Offbeat News, video on 09 24th, 2015

What do you think could happen if you brought an H1 Hummer to the drag strip? Well, nothing much apparently, for onlookers it’s a big hunk of metal struggling to not take 30 seconds to do the standing quarter…
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Custom Wheels Won’t Make Your Urban Assault Humvee Any Friendlier 25
Posted by Sergiu Tudose in HUMMER, tuning, Wheels on 08 25th, 2015

If you're making a list of SUVs that you most definitely should not own in the year 2015, this Humvee-based civilian off-road vehicle should go at the very top.
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Hummer has a plans for new H5 models 18
Posted by admin in Automotive News, HUMMER, Passenger Cars, World Cars on 11 18th, 2009

Truck, HUMMER HX Concept, Rumormill, GM, Off-Road

Hummer has a plans for new H5 models

As a brand, Hummer has been in limbo since General Motors announced it was selling the downtrodden marque to China. For now, everything is on hold, though Tengzhong and new Hummer CEO Jim Taylor are apparently still working hard to plan Hummer’s future.

First on the list is to arrest the free-fall of Hummer sales. Right now, sales are down 64% on the year to about 8,500 units, but Hummer is looking for 25,000 sales in 2010. That will be a tough nut to crack, but Automotive News reports that the company good plans to get things done in part with some aggressive marketing. Ultimately, however, new product will be needed to get dealerships with customers again. In the meantime, Hummer’s 154 U.S. dealers need more inventory in the showrooms to help move metal.
The last piece of the Hummer reclamation project is adding those new models. When Tengzhong gets the management to the Hummer kingdom, it will also receive engineering plans for the H4, a new smaller model that is reportedly based on the HX Concept from the 2008 Auto Show.  Also possible is an even smaller Hummer H5, which would help the SUV automaker to meet future CAFE requirements. Taylor even goes as far as to say that the smaller H4 and H5 could one day replace the brand’s heavier and thirstier H2 and H3 mainstays. GM will reportedly cease building Hummer models as early as the end of 2010.