World’s largest Hummer is a two-story building on wheels

Ground Report | New Delhi: Largest Hummer; An incredible car with a height of 21 feet (6.5 meters) and with two floors inside is a real home on wheels. A fully steerable car called the Hummer H1 X3 is equipped with stairs, guest quarters and even a restroom.

The truck will not be regularly used on the roads and will be on display at Sharjah’s SUV History Museum in the United Arab Emirates – so environmentalists can breathe a sigh of relief.

The huge machine is 46 feet (14 meters) long, 20 feet (6 meters) wide and 21.6 feet (6.5 meters) high, making it three times the size of a regular Hummer H1 and nearly 27 times its volume. , according to the museum.

Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, also known as the “Rainbow Sheikh”, is a billionaire member of the Emirati royal family who holds the Guinness record for the largest collection of 4×4 vehicles in the world, with a total of 718 cars.

The Hummer H1 X3 is powered by four diesel engines and can reach a top speed of 19 miles per hour. It was based on the frame of the US Army LARC-LX amphibious truck and has a steel body. The interior of the car is still under development, but there is a toilet and sink on the first floor and a separate guest area on the second floor.

This massive Hummer H1 is not the first SUV in the Rainbow Sheik collection. He also has a custom-built replica of the Dodge Power Wagon, which contains four air-conditioned bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom and a patio.

The Sharjah Off-Road History Museum is located 30 km north of Dubai. With another massive truck added to the collection, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the museum listed on Airbnb* as one of the quirky new getaways. Administrators will simply have to ensure that guests do not leave with their guest dwellings.

While General Motors is busy releasing a new EV Hummer to reduce carbon emissions, Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan has essentially created a monster truck version of the Hummer H1. This is a magnificent car that will take pride of place in the rich collection of 4×4 vehicles of the Off-Road History Museum in Dubai.

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