Hummer Logo – Hummer was a brand of off-road vehicles belonging to the group General Motors. The first model is a derivative of the Humvee, a vehicle to use military. On February 26 of 2010, General Motors announced that it had discussions with several OEMs interested in buying the brand after the failed attempt at negotiations with Sichuan Tengzhong. However, the company had announced its interest in dismantling the factory and sell it for parts The April 7th of 2010, General Motors officially ended the production of Hummer SUV brand and offering attractive deals to sell the remaining 2,200 vehicles.
The HMMV was originally built by AM General Corporation, the former division of engines for the government and armed forces Americans. AM General decided to start selling vehicles to civilians in the late 1980’s. In 1990 two paired white Hummer were conducted by the central part of the Soviet Union. The Hummer took the road without any problem because they were designed to be driven by off-road terrain. With the success of the trip spread over the Hummer in the United States. This diffusion would palidecida compared with HMMWV services in Operation Desert Storm the following year.
In 1995, AM General began selling version of the M998 HMMWV under the Hummer brand. According to legend, AM General took the decision after Arnold Schwarzenegger told that a convoy of HMMWV was impressed when I act of police in the movie “Kindergarten Cop (Kindergarten Cop)” in 1992. In 1998 AM General sold the brand name to General Motors but continued to manufacture the vehicles. GM was responsible for the sale and distribution of all Hummers produced by AM General. In the following year, GM designed two smaller models and suitable for personal, H2 and H3, and renamed the original model with the name H1. AM General continued to build the H1, and was convinced by GM to make also the H2. The H3 is built in Shreveport, LA alongside the factories Chevrolet in Colorado.
From the October 10, 2006 Hummer H3 has been producing cars at its factory in Port Elizabeth, South Africa for export to Australia, Europe, Middle East and Japan. Since October 2006 there are 300 Hummer dealers in 34 different countries, of which 174 are located in the United States. Since June 2004 the H2 are also produced in Russia, by Avtotor. The plant produces a few hundred cars a year, its sale is regulated at the local demand. On May 12, 2006 GM announced it would stop production of the H1.