As the GMC HUMMER EV completes more testing, it only means that the supertruck is nearing its launch across markets. This time, the GMC HUMMER EV went through its rigorous off-road testing in Moab, Utah.
If the Supertruck can easily take on the Moab, it can certainly take on the terrains of the Middle East. The testing included Adaptive Air Suspension hardware, Extract Mode, Terrain Mode, One-Pedal Driving control, e4WD and torque distribution, eLockers, stability control, rear steering, CrabWalk and more.
Available Terrain Mode, part of the Supertruck’s Drive Mode Control, will offer two braking calibrations, with a mild braking option for two-foot driving and a purpose-designed One-Pedal Driving control in low-speed off-road driving. With Terrain Mode, One-Pedal Driving control is adapted with calibrations for speed-limited off-road driving, helping you negotiate steep grades, rock crawling and other challenging terrain without having to toggle between the accelerator and brake pedal.
For those sticky situations, the upcoming available Extract Mode feature enables the Adaptive Air Suspension height to be raised approximately 6 inches in order to help the GMC HUMMER EV clear large boulders.