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All-Electric Overlanding Has Arrived: GMC Hummer EV EarthCruiser Upfit

The GMC Hummer EV EarthCruiser upfit has finally been revealed. This all-electric overland machine looks ready for adventure.

GMC HUMMER EV EarthCruiser UpfitGMC HUMMER EV EarthCruiser Upfit;(photo/EarthCruiser)
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After plenty of hype built up over the last few months, it’s finally here: the EarthCruiser Hummer EV Camper. It’s an all-electric carbon fiber pop-top truck camper on an all-electric off-road capable truck.

Oregon-based overland camper builder EarthCruiser partnered with Hummer to design the vehicle, which makes its public debut this weekend at the Overland Expo Mountain West in Loveland, Colo.

Dubbed the “GMC Hummer EV EarthCruiser upfit,” the vehicle combines an all-electric Hummer pickup with a full-featured EarthCruiser truck camper. That means it produces zero emissions from the tailpipe while still offering a powerful truck and a cozy camper with plenty of modern features.

“We are proud to work with GMC on the design and manufacturing of such an exceptional product. It feels right, it feels like it belongs,” EarthCruiser CEO and founder Lance Gillies said in a press release. “Using our years of overlanding expertise, we have ensured nothing is out of place, unnecessary or wasted in this vehicle.”


GMC Hummer EV EarthCruiser Upfit

EarthCruiser clearly wanted to draw attention with this overlanding beast, adding plenty of features for a modern camping experience.

In essence, it’s a carbon fiber camper integrated into the chassis of the GMC Hummer EV, which was released last year to lots of media fanfare. In GearJunkie’s 2022 review, we said the much-lauded “supertruck” was a mixed bag. On one hand, it’s “a lifestyle vehicle that exemplifies the latest in technology.” However, it also “lacked in driver ergonomics” and had a “barely usable truck bed.”

But with this new overlanding upfit, the truck bed is now filled by a carbon fiber house from EarthCruiser. It comes with plenty of creature comforts never before found on an off-road-capable, all-electric vehicle.


EarthCruiser EV Truck Camper Features

Exterior design features include the following:

  • Carbon construction
  • Insulated tri-layered pop-up roof
  • Recovery gear storage
  • 13.5-gallon freshwater and 7-gallon graywater tanks
  • 650W onboard solar
  • 460Ah lithium 12V battery
  • Camp lighting

As for the interior, you can expect:

  • Indoor and outdoor shower
  • Full-size bed
  • 120V (with 1,500W inverter) and 12V outlets
  • Flat-pack toilet
  • 7-inch touchscreen control panel
  • 80 inches of standing headroom at the entry, 76 inches on the step in the hallway, and 35 inches in the bed area
  • Kitchen: Sink, induction cooktop, 12V refrigerator/freezer, water filtration
  • RV full bed with underbed storage
  • Dimmable lighting
  • Onboard 12V water heater

Hummer EV EarthCruiser Camper: Availability

Itching to get your hands behind the wheel of this bad boy? You’ll have to wait until next year.

The GMC Hummer EV EarthCruiser upfit is expected to be available starting in 2024 from EarthCruiser. Additional product availability details will be released later this year, the companies said in a joint press release.

Stay tuned! There will certainly be more updates on this one — like the price. Given that the GMC Hummer EV has a sticker price of more than $100,000 on its own, this camper upfit will no doubt greatly inflate the price tag even more.

Oh, and the Hummer EV is sold out, and GMC isn’t taking new orders yet. This will no doubt make getting one of the all-electric overland machines even harder and more expensive.

2022 GMC Hummer EV truck Edition 1

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