Surely you all (or at least many of you), have been waiting for the arrival of the mysterious Hummer EV. And it's happening! Just recently, the world saw a brand new electric SUV. Moreover, many buyers have even managed to touch it and feel its greatness. Well, are you happy? In vain. The plant is already recalling the entire batch of cars - which just got to the buyers!
The NHTSA is reporting that General Motors has announced a recall of 10 2022 Hummer EVs due to defective taillights. A software bug can cause either one or both of the taillights on these vehicles to operate incorrectly, which would defeat their purpose if this were not fixed immediately!
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that they will be inspecting all Hummer EV tail light assemblies to ensure they are in working order. If any of your lights fail during this process, you should expect a letter from them dated April 25th inviting notification regarding repairs or replacement options within 10 days after getting one of these notices delivered at home!
The new Hummer has already managed to make a lot of noise in the information space. The mysteries associated with its design and filling, more and more new details to be discovered, and finally the final appearance of the car to the public - all this has caused a spectacular furor. A lot of people rushed to buy the car as soon as it came out, and many more pre-ordered it. But since the car appeared on screens in mid-2021, only a couple of people have received the cherished car, many are still waiting for news. But, as we can see, the joy of those who got their car was short-lived, too. With sorrow in their hearts, they are forced to give up their iron beast and wait for further instructions.
The world's fastest and most expensive electric car is finally here. It costs over $112,000 for the Edition 1 version but comes with a whole bunch of other features that make it worth your while! With three motors in total can propel this 9K pound vehicle 60 miles per hour within just 3 seconds flat; not bad at all considering its top speed falls somewhere around 200kph-250 kmpH depending on how you want to look at things (and who doesn't?).Is it a worthy car? It is. Can one disadvantage in the form of non-functional rear lights override all its advantages? It's up to you to decide. Personally, I'm sure that after this small defect will be eliminated, Hummer will show everybody what is real power and prestige! In the end, give it one more chance