Hummer

Hummer might return as an EV

The Hummer was a civilian version of the military Humvee. It was a large vehicle very nearly as wide as a typical lane on a

Military-grade dual-cab 4×4 ute for Oz

New Brazilian off-road pick-up range to include Aussie-developed EV version General Motors may have killed off its Hummer brand in 2010, but its spirit lives

Charmingly brash, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is just what it needs to be

Brash, unmistakable, and borderline excessive, if there’s one thing you can’t accuse the 2020 Jeep Gladiator of being it’s lacking in confidence. The brand new

Hummer H1 reborn: MSA gives iconic SUV a luxury upgrade

With electrification in full swing, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the age of the Hummer SUV is behind us, but one project to bring

2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster first drive: Fire and brimstone

If you’re not an exhibitionist, I’m pretty confident in saying the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster is probably not the car for you. Taking the

2016 Bentley Flying Spur Review: Lavish is an understatement

The Bentley Flying Spur is over seven feet wide. Wider, in fact, than a Hummer H1. Just twenty inches narrower than a Smart car is

2015 Ford Transit 150 Power Stroke vs. 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 BlueTec, 2014 Ram ProMaster 1500 EcoDiesel

We didn’t drive three full-size modern vans 430 miles just to gain admittance to the 43rd annual Van Nationals. We also drove them there (with

13 Worst Cars for Teen Drivers

1. FORD MUSTANG Starting price: $33,200 The Ford Mustang is one of the best cars one the market today. Unfortunately, it is one of the

10 BADASS CARS FOR THE EVERYDAY GANGSTER

Organised crime has been around ever since the start of civilization. Their rides however have only ever been used effectively as statement pieces during the

Mercedes and Global Trade Revive Auto Plant Gone Silent in Indiana

The steady comeback of the American auto industry has brought new life to underused factories, as carmakers across the country add shifts of workers to

General Motors, Hyundai and Jaguar Land Rover issue vehicle recalls

General Motors, Hyundai and Jaguar Land Rover are together recalling more than 4,01,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada for various faults in their cars.

General Motors recalls 200,000 Hummers because they catch on fire

General Motors is recalling around 196,000 Hummer vehicles because of an electrical problem that caused at least two vehicles being destroyed in fires, the automaker

Hummer electrical issue leads to fires, injuries and a recall

Jeeps aren’t the only cars on the market that have ignited. General Motors is recalling about 196,000 Hummers due to an electrical issue that has