SEMA 2007: Hummer H2 Safari Comes Complete With A Gun Rack

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We don't even own a gun, let alone many guns that would necessitate a gun rack — but that hasn't stopped Hummer from dropping one into their new Hummer H2 Safari Off-Road concept they'll be showing off here at SEMA. At least that's what it says in the press release — and you know we'll be snagging some pictures of it as soon as we find it on the show floor. In addition to the aforementioned holder of guns, it also comes equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 engine and 20" wheels with Mickey Thompson 35-inch off-road tires. They make it easier for you to track the most dangerous prey over the dirty trails of your private island wethinks. Full press release after the jump. Go ahead, we'll give you a 30-second head start before the hunt begins.


The HUMMER H2 Safari concept brings a unique, open-air experience to those who want to experience as much of the outdoors as possible when taking their H2 to a favorite wilderness location. A unique, safari-inspired matte olive finish allows sportsman to take the H2 Safari on to the trail and blend in with the scenery. A large, folding canvas roof panel opens up the H2 Safari, too, creating an open-air driving experience. Additional modifications are aimed at enhancing the vehicle's capability and comfort, including a dockable GPS unit.

Vehicle highlights:

• H2 Safari Off Road concept
• 6.2L V-8 with 393 horsepower
• Retractable canvas roof panel
• Safari-inspired matte olive exterior color
• 20-inch wheels
• Mickey Thompson 35-inch off-road tires
• Removable rear quarter windows
• Euro-style smoked light lenses with LED lighting
• Black-anodized billet aluminum rear D-rings
• Warn winch - power plant with dual-force in front
• Heavy-duty suspension with two-inch lift kit
• Brushed metal appearance on interior trim
• Weather-resistant premium nylon seating material
• Olive green rubber floor replaces production carpeting
• Custom floor mats
• Magellan 500 eXplorist dockable GPS unit
• Premium outdoor luggage and gun racks

GM Accessories (production and concept)

• Roadside assistance package
• First aid kit
• Hitch receiver cover
• Tail lamp guards
• Rocker protectors
• Fuel door (black)
• Tubular assist steps (black)
• Hood handles (black)

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LandofMinos: ...sent down to strike the unroadworthy!

*There's not enough chrome on the winch, and can we chrome that bash plate?

*The tyres are too tall in profile. I want 36" wheels with rubber bands for tyres.

*The gun rack too large for my nine

*The engine is too small and doesn't use enough fuel.

*The door openings not big enough the fit my fat arse through.

*The interior is not pastel enough to make a European national vomit, he only retches.

*Not enough cup-holders, I like three kinds of drink with my 1/4 pounder meals(note plural)

*Too much tint on the windows, how are people gonna see me driving this thing...

In all honesty, if I was going bush in this thing, say kangaroo shooting. They'd all fuck off before this thing would be in shooting range. What would you hunt in the US of A that wont be scared off by this thing?

KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) An FJ20 with a spotlight and shotgun mounted to the roll bar is enough isn't it? Or is that not how americans hunt with a vehicle?