March 7, 2017 by W.E. Ning
This is what Hummer could have been had they seen the light. But they didn’t. Bodo did. This indeed is the Bodo BD10, a low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) that I saw on the 2017 Jinan EV Show. Its beautiful boxy body is all about Hummer; the grille, the bumpers, the side bars, the wheel arches, the mirrors, the roof rails, and even the fake air vents with indicator on the front fenders look Hummer-like.
August 6, 2014 by W.E. Ning
A super stretched Hummer H2 limousine, Spotted in China on a car market in Beijing by Reader & Serial Spotter Navigator 84, thank you for the pictures! The H2 is extended by at least six meters making for a giant party sled. It is for rent for weddings and other miserable occasions, normally they go for some 800 yuan per day, including a driver and disco, but excluding the much-needed beer.
June 13, 2014 by Tycho de Feijter
A bad & beautiful black Dongfeng EQ2050 Brave Soldier, Spotted in China in the Beijing Tuning Street. The EQ2050 is also known as the ‘Chinese Hummer’, which in a way it certainly is. The monster started life as a purely military vehicle but car buyers with the right connections can get one too. This particular car is painted in black and fitted with blue civilian license plates.
March 21, 2014 by Tycho de Feijter
A very big, very black, and very beastly Hummer H2, Spotted in China in in the rain the great city of Zigong in Sichuan Province. The monster of a car is stretched by at least two meters and fitted with a third axle for a third set of wheels. The H2 is further heated up by balloon tires, a bull bar, two extra lights on the bull bar, four extra lights on the bonnet, five extra lights on the roof, a four-bar roof rack, side bars, and heightened suspension.
November 13, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The badass and infamous Dongfeng EQ2050 Brave Soldier, also known as the ‘Chinese Hummer’, which in a way it certainly is. The EQ2050 Brave Soldier debuted in 2004 and is officially only available to the Chinese army, but those with the right connections can get one for the road.
June 24, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
A big black fatass Hummer H2, seen near the Second Ring road in Beijing. The massive vehicle is stretched by at least a meter and sexed up with a ton of Bling, including giant five-spoke alloys and two shiny skulls on the roof.
March 23, 2013 by W.E. Ning
When a standard Hummer H2 isn’t big enough, you can always change it into a Monster Truck, and that is exactly what happened to this fine white example, seen parked in front of a bank in the great city of Wuxi in Jiangsu province. The Hummer H2 stands on gigantic tires and sits about one meter above the road. Monster Trucks like this are mostly imported directly from the US, with tires and all, for huge amounts of money. A ‘new’ Hummer, dressed to the max, can easily do 1 million yuan or 160.000 USD. This mad machine in Wuxi was likely a bit more expensive, but it seems the owner knows his way to the bank…
March 21, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
Early at evening here in Beijing. All is quiet, a bit too quiet… I need some Pink to come Alive ’cause the night is still coming! Fortunately, I have. This is a perfectly pinkefied Hummer H2, seen in the great city of Shanghai by reader Yannick, thank you for the pics! The great Hummer is made even more kinky by a huge chrome bull bar, a roof rack, some speedy stickers, chrome side bars, and best of all… Pink alloys!
December 8, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
A super stretched 6-wheel Hummer H2 seen in the great city of Nanchang in Jiangsu Province. The gigantic limousine with a heightened roof is used by a real estate company to ferry potential buyers to new and very expensive houses. Well, a ride in this Hummer is sure worth a few extra ton yuan! The Hummer-craze is still strong in China, just last month we met a ‘new’ Hummer H2 limo selling for 2.95 million yuan.
November 30, 2012 by W.E. Ning
Hummer might be long dead but the famous American gas guzzlers are still very popular in China. All sorts of Hummer vehicles are imported as ‘new’ via the gray circuit, usually from American dealers on the US West Coast. Here we have just such an example, seen last week on the Guangzhou Auto Show. This Super Stretched Hummer H2 monstercar comes straight from California and costs 2.95 million yuan, or 473.000 USD.