|Hummer headquarters||Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Hummer parent||General Motors|
|Defunct||May 24, 2010|
|Hummer official website||www.hummer.com|
Who makes Hummer
The Hummer brand belongs to the global automotive company General Motors. It first appeared at the world auto market in 1992. The brand, under which trucks and SUVs were manufactured, was acquired by General Motors in 1998. Although the vehicles were known all over the world, the company suffered greatly during the economic downturn of 2008. As a result of this, the brand was dismantled in 2010. AM General, which was the original manufacturer of these trucks and SUVs, lost its right to make the HMMWV’s replacement for the American military in 2015.
Where is Hummer made
As far as the Hummer brand was discontinued in 2010, there are no Hummer manufacturing plants today. The original Hummers were made in Mishawaka, Indiana by AM General. Although the brand was sold to General Motors in 1999, AM General continued to make the Hummers. Soon GM launched two new models, the H2 (built by AM General) and H3 (built by GM in Shreveport, LA). In 2006-2009 the H2 was also built by the Russian company Avtotor in Kaliningrad, Russia. Almost all the vehicles it produced were sold in Russia.