ups the ante of luxury and performance in the high-stakes sport-utility
segment with the introduction of the H2 Upscale Performance at
the 2002 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. Packing
a whopping 450 horsepower under the hood, the H2 conceals its
muscle under a host of luxurious exterior and interior amenities.
The result is a vehicle that masks its sheer brawn with a healthy
veneer of sophistication.
The H2 interior
is luxuriously outfitted with a dark instrument panel that features
carbon trim. The entertainment and climate-control panels are
trimmed with an alloy trim plate. The leather-wrapped steering
wheel pad provides clues to what will be available on the 2004
HUMMER. The interior is completed with neutral leather upholstery
and floor mats.
H2 continues the luxury theme with a new brush-guard design, satin-finish
chrome exterior components, and billet alloy rear D-rings.
the luxurious upfits is a heart delivering 450 horsepower. The
6.0-liter, supercharged and intercooled engine sparks the H2 to
smoothly handle both highway speeds and heavy-duty, off-road responsibilities.
The vehicle also features a custom-built transmission-cooling
system designed specifically for the H2. The powertrain includes
custom-fabricated aluminum coil covers and carbon-fiber fuel rail
No work of
art - no matter how rugged - is complete without a complementary
pedestal or frame, and the H2 is no exception. The H2 features
17-inch polished wheels and 37-inch BFG Krawler T/A tires. Front
and rear suspension components were developed by Fabtech/Fox,
and feature a remote reservoir.
H2 UPSCALE PERFORMANCE VEHICLE HIGHLIGHTS:
450-hp, supercharged, intercooled engine
Custom-built transmission-cooling system
Aluminum coil covers
Carbon-fiber fuel rail covers
Satin-finish chrome exterior components
Billet alloy rear D-rings
Neutral leather seat trim and floor mats
Carbon instrument panel trim
17-inch polished wheels
37-inch BFG Krawler T/A tires
B.F. Goodrich Mud Terrain Off-Road tires