Where was the Hummer H4 invented?

Answer The Hummer H4 was invented in the United States by the General Motors Company and it has not yet been released. The Hummer brand is now owned by Sichuan Tengzhong, a Chinese company.Source:Hummer H4

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Who invented the Hummer?

Originally developed by the U.S. military as the Hum-Vee, the vehicle was produced for battle by AM General. Following mass exposure to the public during the Persian Gulf War, AM General began prod... Read More »

How many mpg does a Hummer H2 get?

Miles per gallon, or MPG rating, varies according to the year produced and the style of the vehicle. For an example, the 2008 Hummer H2 (SUT version) gets an estimated 10.6 miles per gallon.Source:... Read More »

How did the Hummer get its name?

Whether you love it's boxy big looks or hate its gas-guzzling ways, the Hummer has been one of the most head-turning sport utility vehicles since 1992. It makes a bold, strong statement whenever yo... Read More »

About the Hummer H1?

The Hummer H1 was a full-size SUV that existed from the early 1990s to the mid-2000s. Heavy vehicle manufacturer AM General made the vehicle as the civilian version of the Humvee, a military four-w... Read More »