The SUT has been designed to appeal to the tastes of the truck market buyers who want a box along with the comfort of 4 doors. Next to the demand for the truck model, Hummer had originally planned to release a truck version of the H2 but needed there to be demand for it. With the look of the H2, the H2 SUT still retains almost all of the same design features of its H2, and most noticeably are the large Hummer styled grille and circular front lights.
Hummer has decided not to make any changes to the front end, and instead have decided to work on the rear of the H2. The front still encompasses its boxy look with out dated headlamps, circular fog lamps placed poorly below the headlamps, large hood vent which gives the H2 that added tough truck appeal and locks on the side of the hood.
The SUT still carries those bland looking rims, which really need a splash of sport added in to give the truck some better appeal. But on the back the H2 SUT is nothing old, cause this is where the SUT really shows its difference. Cut along the side of the rear doors, the box line really stands out from everything else on the side of the SUT. Hummer has added a cheap looking rear light fixture that seems to downgrade this H2 from its SUV brother. The side still features the large chrome gas hatch that fits well on a truck with lots of chrome.
On the rear of the SUT Hummer has kept the spare tire out of the box and let it sit on the rear door. Sadly to say this time around Hummer still has not changed the look of the tail lamps from those boring box like style to something more aggressive. Considering the success of the H1 SUT, the H2 SUT may be in for a long ride and lets hope it is since Hummer is considering on releasing a smaller model soon.