The Bollinger B2 has a massively powerful electric powertrain but with styling from a bygone era. This pickup is all about durability and capability, not luxury, and has a lot in common with the B1 SUV. Along with a payload of 5,000 pounds and a 96-inch expandable bed, it has a patented full-length pass-through that enables the transportation of 16-foot cargo. The in-bed length is 72 inches and, unlike conventional trucks, there is a frunk capacity of 14 cubic feet. Like its B1 sibling, the doors, roof panels, and windshield can all be removed. To free up even more interior space, the rear seats are removable as well. As for features, don’t expect much more than Bluetooth connectivity and air conditioning - even heated seats are only optional.
Two electric motors - one in front and one at the back - produce a combined 614 horsepower and 668 lb-ft of torque. This enables a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 100 mph. The all-wheel-drive B2 uses a 142 kWh battery pack that allows for a 200-mile range. It can be fully recharged in 75 minutes with Level 3 DC fast charging or in ten hours with Level 2 charging and a 220-volt outlet.
While the B1 SUV arrives first around the middle of 2021, the B2 shouldn’t be too far behind. It carries a base price of $125,000.
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2 speed, Hi/Lo Range Gearbox
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