Hummer vehicles are the byproduct of a legacy extending all the way back to 1903.
Over the years, the company that eventually came to be known as AM General evolved through a number of permutations before finally settling upon producing vehicles like the now legendary AM General HumVee. In 1999, AM General did a deal with General Motors to pursue product, marketing and distribution opportunities. This resulted in the HumVee being renamed the Hummer H1.
From this partnership, the other Hummer automobiles; H2, and H3 were also born. However, only the Hummer H1 is based on the AM General design. The Hummer H2 and H3 automobiles were based on civilian market GM platforms. Highly capable, the H2 and H3 were introduced toward the end of the SUV boom of the late 1990s—early 2000s. AM General built the Hummer H2 automobiles, while GM built Hummer H3 vehicles.
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