Hoping to go global with their flagship model, Bob Lutz unveiled a prototype right-hand-drive HUMMER H3 at the opening event of a new HUMMER facility in Manchester, UK. The right-hand-drive HUMMER H3 will be assembled at GM’s Struandale plant in South Africa and will be available in other right-hand-drive markets, such as South Africa, Australia and Japan. Now for those that drive on the left side of the road, you too can have a gas guzzling HUMMER H3.
“HUMMER’s iconic design and unparalleled off-road capabilities appeal to a wide audience globally. We are determined to build upon the brand’s unique recognition in Europe and especially here in the UK,” said Lutz.
Sales of the right-hand HUMMER H3 will start in the summer of 2007.
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