The term “Hummer” is synonymous with huge, fuel-gulping, military vehicles. But not long after General Motors acquired the brand, everything that made the Hummer a hit — horrendous fuel economy, daunting size, off-road capability and testosterone-drenched looks — resulted in the brand’s demise. Then someone at GM tossed out an idea: “Let’s make it an EV!” The result is a vehicle that provides a guilt-free way to drive a beast that dominates the highway with a 400-mile range and goes from 0 to 60 time in about 3 seconds. Huge 35” tires, the ability to raise the suspension 6” and up to 1,000-hp makes the Hummer a great alternative to the current crop of huge pickup trucks. GM will add an SUV model for those who need maximum passenger capacity. The best option is all-wheel steering which delivers the agility of a ballerina and the ability to crabwalk diagonally. If you want a macho truck that’s also green, you want a Hummer; GMC.com.
Toby & Bill Rohrer have dedicated their time, talent and treasure to causes they passionately believe in — and their efforts have not only changed countless lives, they’ve also inspired others to make a difference with their own contributions.
Key Biscayne is recognized around the world for the generosity and philanthropic endeavors of its residents. Meet a few islanders dedicating their free time toward causes they are passionate about in the hopes of doing their part to help make our community a better place to live, work and prosper.