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Hummer H1 Replacement

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Too Civilized and luxurious.

THe H1 was purpose built for the military. It's successor

will be likewise. Think sealed beam headligths and tow

hooks built into the bumper.

Nice drawing though. :)

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nice drawing... but i agree with 68... its too civilized... but thats not to say it wouldnt make an awesome next gen H2... which it would... i like that new grill design... much better than the current one

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Actually, that would make a great H1 while the actual 'HUMMER' as we know it continues to exist as an extrodinarily low-volume niche vehicle. Think G-wagen & GL or Commander & JGC. This would be the seven-seater...if only the large SUV market were there.

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That is what I was going for. I forgot to mention that. The G-wagen and the GL are the best examples. The H1 is hard to remake without losing a lot of its ruggedness. Less ruggeddness may be what people would go for though.

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I love it...it is an amazing drawing and I believe that a 'more civilized' H1 would be a better business decision for Hummer on the sales front. Although I also think it could be civilized and still look a little more rugged. GREAT IDEA!

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