When tuners decide to modify Hummer H2 they usually tend to fit it big shiny wheels and chrome parts. But GeigerCars has something else in mind for their latest project.
It’s called the Bomber and it comes with something a bit unconventional! They have fitted new Mattracks 88M1-A1 rubber tracks instead of the original wheels and tires!
Other features of this mighty Humvee include the matte silver paint job, extra headlights on the roof and army style lettering printed on the sides, as well as a sunroof, navigation system with Kenwood DVD drive, roof monitor with headphones or rear-view camera with monitor in the rear-view mirror.
It is powered by the same 6.2 liter 393 hp V8 as in the standard H2.