Hummer’s brand icon, the H1, will end with the ’06 model year, General Motors Corp. confirms. GM says it expects the last H1s to roll off the line at AM General Corp.’s Mishawaka, IN, No.1 plant next month. AM General will convert its assembly lines from the retail H1 to production of the Humvee models used by the U.S. military and already produced in the same plant. AM General will continue to produce the Hummer H2, which was designed by GM, at Mishawaka No.2. The smaller H3 is ...

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