Lot 172 - 2011 Hummer HX (electric)
|Result||Sold - £13,584|
- Fully electric vehicle
- Offered without reserve
- Little used and in excellent condition
The modern Hummer represented an ingenious piece of modern warfare for the US army, its wheelbase designed exactly to follow the tank tracks on the battlefield and, with numerous configurations, has proved to be an enormous success. There are clearly many design cues from the original GM Hummer range but this electric version is very different.
Motivation comes from a rear-mounted, 72-volt drive system giving a range of an alleged 50/60 miles and a top speed of an 45mph and with storage space available both at the front and rear. Exempt from road tax and congestion charge, this great looking vehicle represents a great marketing opportunity or simply a city runabout. Offered without reserve, this high specification example comes with carbon fibre wheel arches around the 15” contrasting matt-black alloy wheels and Kumho tyres. Carbon fibre bonnet, wing mirrors and many other details can be found as well as a leather interior and air-conditioning. This example is fitted with a Delta-Q charging system and can use any standard 13 amp indoor/outdoor socket although we recommend that a 16-amp charging point is fitted by a qualified electrician. All sockets should be fitted with surge protection or circuit breaker. Complete with indoor car-cover, this is fully road legal and super-cheap to run. Have a little fun this summer!
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