Image of Hummer H1 Alpha

Hummer H1 Alpha specs

Car type SUV/truck
Curb weight 3680 kg (8113 lbs)
Dimensions 4.69 m (184 in) long, 2.20 m (86 in) wide, 1.96 m (77 in) high
Wheelbase 3.30 m (130 in)
Introduced 2006
Origin country United States
Views 14k
Submitted by Super8

Powertrain

Engine type GM Duramax LLY 6600 diesel V8
Displacement 6.6 l (403 ci / 6599 cc)
Power 304 ps (300 bhp / 224 kw) @ 3000 rpm
Torque 705 Nm (520 lb-ft) @ 1500 rpm
Power / liter 46 ps (45 hp)
Power / weight 83 ps (82 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 192 Nm (141 lb-ft) / t
Transmission Allison LCT1000 5 Speed Automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
User avatar

User avatar

benedekpuskas  3d ago

This car is not 4.7 meters long, for sure. At least 5 meters.

 

User avatar

aaayy  3d ago

It’s actually quite short. It’s how wide it is - 86 inches without mirrors.


User avatar

benedekpuskas  3d ago @aaayy

So a Hummer is as long as the new Corolla sedan. Hmmm.


User avatar

aaayy  2d ago @benedekpuskas

Yes. 4.7 meters = 15.5 feet.


User avatar

benedekpuskas  2d ago @aaayy

Feet don't mean anything for me because I'm from Europe :D
The fact, that a Hummer is shorter than a mid-size family sedan is surprising!


User avatar

aaayy  2d ago @benedekpuskas

It’s funny. It used to be the biggest thing on the road, mainly because of its width. It actually is that wide so it can go in the tracks made by tanks, and to provide stability with machine guns mounted. The reason it’s short is because they wanted short overhang and a short wheelbase Nd they wanted to fit multiple Hummers in an aircraft. Wanna hear another surprising thing about it? It’s got independent suspension all-around.


User avatar

Storm  1m ago

Det mest fantastiske terrængående køretøj jeg har kørt i. Havde et kæmpe smil på hver gang jeg sad bag rattet ????????


User avatar

soofi  2y ago

i love this


User avatar

Mental  7y ago

Hummer H1 was the only Hummer I liked. Because it is natural brutal Hummer, with a military reflection. The real fearless beast.


User avatar

Shaggy  7y ago

@ Super8: I love Hummers, they should be brought back, I know for a fact that the engine in the H1 is a Duramax V8 turbodiesel found in the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500 and 3500 HD pick-ups, same goes for the Allison transmission. Hummers are very tough and dependable, but I personally would have give them Cummins turbodiesel engines like in the heavy duty Rams, but if it's good enough for the most powerful fighting force the world has ever seen, it's good enough for civilians, I've heard these things can be driven through a brick wall with little to no damage.


User avatar

Super8  7y ago

Sadly, Hummer for civilian is already gone. I hope somebody will buy Hummer and bring it back again. I remember one of my neighbor have a H1 Alpha for his Sunday camping or off road. He accidentally crash it into his house. The Hummer is fine but the front side of his house is completely broken. That car is really tough.

 

User avatar

FastestLaps  2y ago

Now the military version is pretty much gone too - surpassed by designs with "boat like" blast-proof floor for IED protection.


User avatar

Gary   7m ago

Mist have be3n stuoid or bad driver


User avatar

aaayy  3d ago @FastestLaps

The military Humvee is actually still pretty common. Unarmored Humvees are being used mainly inside US bases, because the outsides are all covered in mines and even armored Humvees can’t protect against mines. However up-armored Humvees are set to be replaced with the badass Oshkosh JLTV. The JLTV is armored, weighs not much compared to an armored Humvee, is mine-resistant, pretty fast (for an armored car), and extremely capable. Thanks to a much more powerful 340 HP a Diesel V8, it can supposedly move at highway speeds now.