Chinese Drivers Will Be Able to Buy a 1,000 Horsepower, Crab-Walking EV Hummer Spinoff, Because Why Not

Get more insight into the Chinese-made Dongfeng Menghshi M-Terrain, a Hummer-based EV with 1,000 horsepower and the ability to crab-walk its way to fame in Chinese cities.
Written by Jason Crosby
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
The GM Hummer
made waves in America, and apparently in China, as well. A new Hummer spinoff, the Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain, is wowing Chinese drivers. We’re impressed as well, and curious. After all, it’s not every day you encounter a 1,000-plus horsepower, quadruple motor EV. 
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The Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain: A beautiful, crab-walking monster

explains that although the Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain is a concept vehicle, it’ll likely go on sale sometime in 2023. It’s a four-door SUV from hell, measuring 17 feet in length and weighing 3.5 tons (7,700 pounds). This concept vehicle will have an available quadruple motor setup, offering 1,070 horsepower and an impressive 0-60 mph time of 4.2 seconds. 
The Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain isn’t lacking in endurance, either—it should offer about 310 miles of battery range, and may even have a range extender that should help it reach 497 miles worth of battery life before needing to recharge. The M-Terrain is able to crab-walk thanks to rear-wheel and front-wheel steering that helps to jostle the vehicle out of tight spots, just like the original Hummer EV
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How much does the Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain cost?

Right now, pricing isn’t available for the Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain, simply because it hasn’t gotten close enough to its debut. As a concept vehicle that’s based on the Hummer EV, we can assume that this EV monstrosity should cost Chinese drivers somewhere around the U.S. equivalent of $100,000, or about 692,650¥. 
It’s definitely not cheap, but it’s also an EV with not one, but four motors, and a possible battery extender that grants almost 500 miles of range. It’s certainly a car that American drivers might find themselves pining for. 
MORE: The GMC Hummer EV Is Ridiculous in All the Right Ways

Will the Dongfeng Mengshi M-Terrain be a hit in China? 

It very could be, considering that the EV truck market is booming at the moment. Chinese drivers, especially post-COVID, are looking for ways to escape the congestion and pollution of the cities. 
That means outdoor spaces are becoming more valued and utilized in China. Even though the M-Terrain isn’t a pickup, it still falls within the EV utility vehicle segment, meaning that it will most likely find a dedicated customer base. 

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