Didn't we just read a few weeks ago that GM was shutting down the Hummer brand for lack of a buyer?
Maybe the news hasn't made its way to German tuner CFC yet. And perhaps they also haven't heard that the days of conspicuously pimped-out SUVs are kind of over.
The Weilheim-based CarFilmComponents (CFC) is offering a tuned-out version of the Hummer H2, done over in a not-so-subtle "burning chrome" lamination. Yes, the car is actually coated with an adhesive film.
The bonnet is covered in a black carbon film while the side and rear windows are draped with CutLine ThermoTec, one of the many registered trademark materials from CFC, that make them look an awful lot like conventional tinted windows.
The 480 hp (353 kW) H2 comes with massive 28-inch light alloy wheels wrapped in Kumho tires of 325/35 R28 dimensions. There are also the interestingly-named LSD wing doors and a FOX performance exhaust system.
There's a couch done in a mix of leather and Alcantara and a mini-bar too. From which one can enjoy the massive multi-media system which includes a digital TV, DVD player, and XETEC amplifiers and subwoofers.
There are cameras at the front and back (images displayed on a dashboard screen) for parking assistance. But one may opt to keep this Hummer still and use it solely as a funked-out basement living room.