The world’s largest Hummer: 22 feet tall and it uses a diesel engine for each wheel

To see. True believers. The biggest Hummer in the world. Why? Because someone had the money and the time to do it. A billionaire sheikh in the United Arab Emirates has gotten himself a 22ft tall Hummer H1 ‘X3’. It’s called X3 maybe just because it’s three times bigger than a real H1.
The H1 is the civilian version of the M998 Humvee military truck, and the X3 is the sheikh version of the H1. Since it is so big, there is room for a bedroom and a toilet inside. It is 6.6 meters high, 14 meters long and 6 meters wide.
The H1 Monster isn’t just for show, either. It can be driven and it was recently on the roads of the United Arab Emirates with unsurprisingly very surprised onlookers.
What engine does it use, you ask. It’s not a 15,000cc V15. It’s powered by four diesel engines – one for each wheel, which would mean it’s all-wheel drive.

The construction was commissioned by Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, also known as Rainbow Sheikh. It’s not his first oversized off-roader, either. There is an oversized version of the Willys Jeep, which is parked outside its own Emirates National Motor Museum in Abu Dhabi. in fact, the man holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of 4X4 ​​vehicles.
The H1 X3 captures the design and style of the real thing down to the last detail. The interior of the gargantuan Hummer looks more like a very fancy motorhome with a wooden floor.
Stop thinking why. Only plebeians and penguins ponder why.

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