Stretched Hummer H2 is Fatass in China
Published on June 24, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
A big black fatass Hummer H2, seen near the Second Ring road in Beijing. The massive vehicle is stretched by at least a meter and sexed up with a ton of Bling, including giant five-spoke alloys and two shiny skulls on the roof.
The rear license-plate sits atop the spare wheel, just under the skulls, and that is strange because Hummers in China usually go without any license plates.
The Hummer brand is still mighty popular in China, many cars are imported via the gray market from US dealers and sold as ‘new’ in China. A basic H2 goes for about 800.000 yuan or 130.000 USD. This black monster likely cost well over two million…