General Motors will close reservations for its electric GMC Hummer pickup and the approaching GMC Hummer SUV after more than 90,000 of the vehicles were reserved, the organization said Wednesday. Shutting the reservations is a way for the automaker to attempt to satisfy the current list of reserved vehicles, which stretches out to something like 2024. The number of reservations is outstanding due to the beginning costs of the vehicles, which range between generally $85,000 and $111,000. GM said it intends to close reservations for the two vehicles beginning Thursday. Anybody wanting to reserve one of the electric trucks should do as such toward Wednesday's end. GM has been gradually increase production of the Hummer EV pickup since earlier this year. As of the finish of June, the organization had sold under 400 of the vehicles. The SUV version is expected to start showing up to dealers and customers beginning in mid 2023. Duncan Aldred, global head of GMC, said production of the SUV ought to happen more rapidly than the pickup, which was the first consumer vehicle to include GM's next-generation Ultium batteries and vehicle platform. “We knew it would be a slow ramp. But next year, when you look at the calendar year, I think you’ll see a normalized year,” he told CNBC last week at the Detroit auto show. “When we produce SUV, that should get into stride right away … Next year is a big year for Hummer EV, both truck and SUV.” GM's decision follows Ford Motor closing down reservations for its electric F-150 Lightning pickup subsequent to hitting around 200,000 units. It additionally had closed down reservations for the electric Mustang Mach-E crossover, however they have since reopened.