The Hummer brand isn’t one we think about all that often, but that changed with the official announcement of the upcoming 1,000 horsepower Hummer Electric Vehicle. You can’t have an awesome electric truck without a suitably excellent garage, and that’s where renowned American interior designer Kelly Wearstler comes in. Much like the Cyberhouse and the Cybunker that were designed for the Cybertruck, Wearstler has virtually built a live-in garage that uses the Hummer EV as a sculptural focal point. Rendered in the California desert around Joshua Tree, the concept space includes an interlocking front gate and light-up channel to access the bottom floor where you park your Hummer EV on an elevator platform to send it up to the main floor. The angular and vaulted space was also rendered with plenty of furniture and foliage that feels more like an art gallery than a garage, which makes it the perfect place to store and also admire your new supertruck.