Aug 19, 2013, 1:41 PM
The Hummer H2 and H3 are big SUVs that are mainly driven by the wealthy in different parts of the world. These cars however, have very little in common with their tough brother, the H1. In fact, the H2 is based on a smaller SUV, the Chevrolet Tahoe. The H1 is a civilian model, derived from it's military cousin, which are the various versions of the AM General HMMWV, a name that was converted into "Humvee". Soon, the name 'Hummer' was also derived from Humvee, which sounds a bit tougher than 'Humvee'. We have welcomed many copies of The AM General HMMWV on Autogespot, all of which have been in military specification. A group of these military spec vehicles, have been spotted in the village of Malkiya, Israel, by spotter DragonDriver, who was recently on holiday in the country. He tells us about his experiences with Israel and the Israeli Army vehicles below.