In defiance of the Hummer brand closure, the engineers at Geiger Cars have released a new tuning package for the Hummer H2, which turns the off-roader into a mighty all-terrain vehicle.
The core modification is the set of Mattracks 88M1-A1 rubber tracks that replace the twenty inch wheels. Each track is 15.75 inches wide and 59 inches long, allowing the Hummer H2 Bomber to cope with virtually all terrains and all weathers.
The modified behemoth goes with a 6.2L V-8 under the hood, being able to put out 398 horsepower and 423 lb-ft of torque. On the outside the Hummer H2 Bomber features a matte silver paint job and a roof box with lighting. The interior upgrades include a sunroof, a Kenwood DVD-based navigation system and a back-up camera with a monitor in the rearview mirror.
In fact, with their latest Hummer fancy Geiger Cars created a sort of a tank, which could be utilized in a number of different areas, including agriculture, rescue services, sports and expedition. Who knows, maybe this idea, along with many other Hummer modifications being created by enthusiasts across the world, could hint General Motors at some alternative ways of keeping the brand alive.