Nearly identical, the B1 and B2 are two of the toughest trucks in the world. Fully electric and hand-built right here in the Motor City, USA. We are investing in the future of trucks, both on- and off-road, and we are excited to return to our roots and bring back the B1 and B2 to our die-hard fans. More to come.
DEDICATED TO A CLEANER FUTURE
> OUR ENVIRONMENT
At Bollinger Motors, we originally set out to design the truck we wanted to drive. Along the way we have created a new segment of truly evolved electric work truck platforms that will propel commercial transportation. Our all-electric platforms are tailored to fit existing commercial truck bodies, which will help speed fleet adoption in a sector that has a significant impact on emissions and our environment. We are working with environmental organizations, suppliers, and engineering firms to create advanced solutions that will facilitate this necessary industry change. EVs are a fundamental part of our DNA at Bollinger Motors. We knew from Day 1 that the future is electric, and we are fully dedicated to helping the world make that future become reality.
> WANT TO BE A PART OF THE EV REVOLUTION?
We're hiring the best and brightest to help us in our pursuit of EV world domination. You might say we're obsessed, but we have a sneaking suspicion that you might be too. If you want to join us in creating the future of electric trucks, check out our careers page.
We have been blown away by the support that our fans and the automotive community has shown us over the years. Check out some of these great articles about the work we're doing and be sure to stop by our journal for even more stories like these.
Bollinger Motors, an electric truck and chassis platform start-up is targeting the medium-duty fleet truck market.
In short, the goal is to create a nondisposable truck: a 4×4 rugged enough to last for decades, simple enough for its owner to modify and flexible enough to evolve alongside rapidly advancing battery technology.
It looks like it was sketched with a pencil and a rafter square, which is to say it would appear in a police lineup with old Ford Broncos and new Jeep Wranglers. The guts, though, are unlike any truck yet conceived.