The brutal Hummer H1 has for years been among the new classics of the US automotive industry. But the interest in these machines by the tuning companies is not down and yet another proof of this comes from Mil-Spec Automotive (MSA). The American Tuning Workshop created a racing version of the SUV.
At the heart of the project is the 4-door pickup Hummer H1 version 1987, which now has a new suspension geometry, adjustable shock absorbers with harder springs and a 179mm lower clearance. The braking system was also undergoing, with the 6-piston and the H1 Pirelli P-Zero low profile.
Changing has also suffered the engine – 6.6-liter Duramax V8, whose power is already 800 horsepower, and the maximum torque has reached the impressive 2034 Nm. In fact, the creation of the “track version” of the H1 was due precisely because of the final stage of the bundling tests on the bike, which is also used in other tuning projects.
Especially this unique Hummer will not be sold, nor will the studio offer it as a client project, MSA says.