Hummer wants to triple annual U.S. sales by the end of 2006.
In addition to the H1 and H2, Hummer will start building the H2 SUT pickup in April and the H3 pickup in 2005.
"When we get the H2 SUT and H3 out there, we'll be pleased if Hummer annual sales combined (are) about 100,000 units," said Michael DiGiovanni, general manager of Hummer.
In 2003, Hummer sold 35,259 vehicles in the United States.
There is talk of an even smaller H4, but DiGiovanni would not comment.
At the Hummer make meeting, DiGiovanni said Hummer will be flexible about a Dec. 31 deadline to build stand-alone stores. GM will consider individual problems or circumstances, he said, but dealers must invest in a new store to get the H3.
Dealers who have the new stores by Dec. 31 will get a bonus from Hummer. One dealer said that payment would be $25,000. Hummer also will pay a bonus if a dealer builds a test track, DiGiovanni said.
Hummer intends to keep supplies of all current and future vehicles tight to avoid incentives. DiGiovanni said he will keep inventories around 45-day levels.
"The key to an aspirational brand is you've got to align production with demand," DiGiovanni said. "If you have to make production adjustments, so be it."