Hummer HX Concept to debut at Detroit |

We’re all waiting now for the Detroit Auto Show and it looks like we’ll some really cool concept cars presented there. One of them will be the Hummer HX Concept, designed by three new GM designers, David Rojas, Min Young Kang and Robert Jablonski, under Carl Zipfel’s supervision, the director of the Hummer design studio. Here are some parts of the press release:

“E-85 FlexFuel capable HUMMER HX embodies the off road spirit of HUMMER in a fully customizable package. The HX offers an open-air driving experience via a pair of removable roof panels above the driver and front passenger and a modular, removable rear roof assembly enabling a quick conversion from closed vehicle to open vehicle SUT. It also features a slant back assembly and removable doors and fender flairs.”

One of the designers, David Rojas, said: “While he gave us creative liberty and challenged us to develop innovative ideas, he also defined three HUMMER proportions – wheelbase, approach and departure angles, and stance – and assigned one to each of us. It gave us a chance to collaborate, but also take our own direction.”

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