GM's people at Hummer say most H3 buyers customize their utes with aftermarket accessories (or plan to do so). To try to keep some of those expenditures in-house, they're offering a new, factory-accessorized model based on the H3 Street concept the company showed off at the SEMA show this past November. Starting with the H3 luxury package, the H3x (the x, apparently denoting x-tra stuff) includes chrome tube steps, chrome appearance package and chrome fuel door, along with body-color grille and spare tire cover, unique tires, wheels and center cap, and a brush guard. On the interior, there's embroidered headrests (just like grandma used to make). No word on price, but expect all that stuff to cost more or less what you'd expect to pay. How's that for news.
Hummer to Get Engine, Interior Upgrades in 08 [internal]