bollinger unveils custom configurations to its all-black electric pickup truck

bollinger unveils custom configurations to its all-black electric pickup truck

electric truck startup bollinger motors has unveiled configurations for its upcoming electric truck and pickup truck. in response to customer feedback the new york-founded, michigan-based company has unveiled renderings that feature tube-frame doors and cargo renovations.

 bollinger custom configurations B1 B2 electric pickup truck

B1 with off-road configurations
images courtesy of bollinger



one thing the two models have in common is newly revised tube-frame doors in place of the traditional entry seen on earlier versions. they also both feature roof racks with off-road lighting mounts, dark wheels, rugged headlight grilles, truck winch and fender flares.

 bollinger custom configurations B1 B2 electric pickup truck

B2 with off-road configurations



the bollinger B1 adds a spare wheel at the back and a roof ladder, meanwhile the b2 pick truck has introduced several cargo management innovations. a cargo pass-through goes all the way through the length of the truck and the cab’s rear glass and mid-gate fold down to expand the cargo carrying options.

 bollinger custom configurations B1 B2 electric pickup truck

B2 with off-road configurations



it’s unclear if all of these accessories will be offered by bollinger. what we do know is that the B1 and B2 SUVs both come with a pair of electric motors and a 120 kWh battery pack to deliver a total of 614 HP and 668 lb-ft (905 nm) of torque and provide a claimed range of 200 miles (320 km).


bollinger has also not detailed exactly when the B1 or B2 vehicle will go into production. it is currently allowing anybody to reserve a truck or suv without putting money down.


project info


company: bollinger

models: B1 / B2

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