You must have heard about the extravagant hobbies that the billionaire Sheikhs from the Middle East keep pursuing. This mega-Hummer is a consequence of that.
This grand SUV is the biggest Hummer H1 in the world and is owned by Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan of the UAE (United Arab Emirates). He owns the UAE’s Off-Road History Museum where this mega-Hummer is being taken to. Sheikh Hamad is a member of the Emirati Royal Family and is an avid collector of custom-built mega SUVs. His name has already been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest collection of 4×4 vehicles. He boasts of around 718 such vehicles, which gives an idea about how much he loves his custom 4×4 vehicles. Check out this gigantic Hummer in a rather detailed walkaround video.
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Biggest Hummer H1 in the World Owned By A Sheikh in UAE
People on the internet were having a hard time believing these images but this video certainly dispels all doubts regarding the authenticity of this Hummer. The video captures the humungous SUV driving on the streets and parked side-by-side with other vehicles. The visuals also show the Hummer next to humans, Police cars, etc imposing its sheer size. The attention to detail on this upscale replica of the Hummer is quite impressive too. All the exterior styling has been designed in a sophisticated manner as if the real version of the Hummer is parked on the streets. This is a testament to the lengths the engineers have gone to ensure that it looks exquisite.
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Details of World’s Biggest Hummer
While the details of this unique SUV (if you want to call it that) are scarce, it reportedly features a quad-diesel engine setup, one for each wheel. That is already an incredible feat to achieve. The dimensions of this Hummer measure 14 m in length, 6 m in width and 6.6 m in height. This is 3 times the size of an average Hummer. While entering the SUV, one could see a working washbasin, an open toilet and a deck on the top from where one could see everything around. The SUV must be driven from somewhere closer to the ground at the lower level which is not visible in the video. In case you wish to witness this miracle in flesh, it is parked at the Off-Road History Museum in Al Madam, UAE.
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Such unique and seemingly impossible innovations have a deep connection with the billionaire Sheikhs of the Middle East. You must’ve seen such extraordinary feats developed by people there in the past as well. We are certain that this won’t be the last special machine that will come out of the UAE.