Bollinger is soon about to introduce its fully electric trucks that will stand apart from anything else with their flat-panel styling, exposed rivets, and internationally sharp edges. The company has stated that the trucks will be expensive and rather exclusive, with 614-horsepower dual-motor drive systems and about a 200-mile range expected from a 120-kwh battery pack. The company has made the off-road vehicle capability a priority and has teased a 50/50 weight distribution and 15-inch ground clearance.
Bollinger wishes the B1 to emphasize durability and be “the last truck you buy,” with the core roll cage, frame, and suspension made of steel and aluminum for body panels and other lower-body and chassis pieces.
Bollinger is different than most electric vehicles in terms of investment as it is been funded by it’s founded, Robert Bollinger, and is not beholden to investors. The B1 and B2 are designed to be Class 3 (GVWR of 10,001 pounds or more) and won’t have to go through crash-testing or comply with some safety requirements (like even having airbags). As per the emphasis of Bollinger, the trucks will be hand-assembled and are not designed for mass production.
Hence, the company has given out an insight that about 32,000 reservations have been already made and the company has not asked for any deposits or money as of now.
Source: Bollinger Motors