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GM @ SEMA: Hummer H2 Safari Off Road Concept

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GM @ SEMA
HUMMER H2 Safari Off-Road Concept
For release: Oct. 29, 2007, 12:01 a.m. EDT


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The HUMMER H2 Safari concept brings a unique, open-air experience to those who want to experience as much of the outdoors as possible when taking their H2 to a favorite wilderness location. A unique, safari-inspired matte olive finish allows sportsman to take the H2 Safari on to the trail and blend in with the scenery. A large, folding canvas roof panel opens up the H2 Safari, too, creating an open-air driving experience. Additional modifications are aimed at enhancing the vehicle’s capability and comfort, including a dockable GPS unit.

Vehicle highlights:
• H2 Safari Off Road concept
6.2L V-8 with 393 horsepower
Retractable canvas roof panel
• Safari-inspired matte olive exterior color
• 20-inch wheels
• Mickey Thompson 35-inch off-road tires
• Removable rear quarter windows
Euro-style smoked light lenses with LED lighting
• Black-anodized billet aluminum rear D-rings
• Warn winch – power plant with dual-force in front
• Heavy-duty suspension with two-inch lift kit
• Brushed metal appearance on interior trim
• Weather-resistant premium nylon seating material
• Olive green rubber floor replaces production carpeting
• Custom floor mats
• Magellan 500 eXplorist dockable GPS unit
Premium outdoor luggage and gun racks

GM Accessories (production and concept)
• Roadside assistance package
• First aid kit
• Hitch receiver cover
• Tail lamp guards
• Rocker protectors
• Fuel door (black)
• Tubular assist steps (black)
• Hood handles (black)
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The interior color scheme looks good, but need different materials. Outside of the canvas roof, I wouldn't notice it's a concept without it being pointed out.

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:o I'm taking away your gay card.

I don't think so! :AH-HA_wink:

Maybe not where you're at... but it blends in quite well with the Urban Safari up here! I say it's perfectly camouflaged!

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:smilewide:

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The interior reminds me of an old taxi you'd see in Bolivia or something.
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The interior reminds me of an old taxi you'd see in Bolivia or something.

Yup. Looks like a latin American Taxi Cab edition.

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I don't think so! :AH-HA_wink:

Maybe not where you're at... but it blends in quite well with the Urban Safari up here! I say it's perfectly camouflaged!

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:smilewide:

Yup as another Seattlite :D This does fit right in with our City. Only ugly point I can see is those headlights. Everything else is cool, though I would pass on the seat design, but the color is right on. :D

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The headlights look retarded.

I like the interior colors but the seats need to be toned down...makes it look too busy. I would use another material that doesn't look like wicker basket too.

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