Hummer H1 Concept By Samir Sadikhov
Samir Sadikhov Conceptualizes an Even More Utilitarian Hummer H1
The first H1 Hummer offered customers the chance to own among their very competent off-road vehicles ever assembled.
The new Rezvani Tank is one of the those rare modern vehicles that impresses in every department from the roof line down to the points where it touches the ground. It was the visual brainchild of automotive designer Samir Sadikhov. If that name sounds familiar it’s because he’s also responsible for the incredible Brubaker Box Minivan Concept. His latest concept is another modern take on a storied vehicle from the past–in this case, the original Humvee / Hummer H1.
The Samir Sadikhov Hummer Concept is a masterclass in both utilitarian elegance and automotive wanderlust. The updated version retains the character and classic features like the low-slung stance, enormous wheels, four-doors and large cab–along with the ability to have a covered or exposed trunk area–but the overall look is a lot more svelte and stylish. It’s like if an engineer from Apple was asked to render the ideal version of the original Hummer H1. We don’t honestly find it all that surprising given the quality of work Sadikhov is always producing.
building upon the original’s versatile use, the conceptual design includes more modern structures to support fittings and accessories. the trunk area specifically features a removable hardtop to house off-road accessories, camping gear and more. excess equipment can be slung atop the flat, wide roof with rail supports.
designer: samir sadikhov
model: hummer H1 / humvee