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BOLLINGER B2

THE WORLD'S MOST CAPABLE PICKUP TRUCK

3D INTERACTIVE LOOK AT OUR PRODUCTION-INTENT DESIGN

For a fully interactive view of the Bollinger B2, click and drag the 3D model to the left.

We raised the beltline or “shoulder” of the truck to allow for more packaging space for the components under the frunk, but also to raise the overall occupant head clearance.

This visually impacted the exterior design in a positive way, by keeping a majority of the visual weight below that beltline (the chamfer that runs the length of the body side, just below the hood), it creates a more stable and sturdy appearance.

The major change that drove our exterior design adjustments came from our breakthrough in thermal management. We were able to reduce our overall radiator size and utilize one slim cooling unit behind the bumper where it would receive better airflow.

The dual, top mounted radiators were no longer required, which allowed us to widen the frunk significantly. We moved the headlights outboard, creating a similar mounting strategy as the rear lights, allowing further symmetry in our design.

The bed is now independent of the cab, making commercial chassis cab applications, repair or replacement easier. The B-pillar (behind the front seats) was moved forward for better ingress and egress for the rear occupant.

It then made the sliding glass window cassettes less effective, so we opted to go with the time-proven technology of manual crank windows. This system is much lighter and just as robust as our sliding glass design.

The windshield, side glass, and rear glass all grew taller to accommodate for more head clearance and to help with overall exterior proportions.

With the taller beltline, it was necessary to vertically grow the “greenhouse” (as it’s called in automotive design) to provide better visibility, driver experience and aesthetics.

We raised the beltline or “shoulder” of the truck to allow for more packaging space for the components under the frunk, but also to raise the overall occupant head clearance.

This visually impacted the exterior design in a positive way, by keeping a majority of the visual weight below that beltline (the chamfer that runs the length of the body side, just below the hood), it creates a more stable and sturdy appearance.

The major change that drove our exterior design adjustments came from our breakthrough in thermal management. We were able to reduce our overall radiator size and utilize one slim cooling unit behind the bumper where it would receive better airflow.

The dual, top mounted radiators were no longer required, which allowed us to widen the frunk significantly. We moved the headlights outboard, creating a similar mounting strategy as the rear lights, allowing further symmetry in our design.

The bed is now independent of the cab, making commercial chassis cab applications, repair or replacement easier. The B-pillar (behind the front seats) was moved forward for better ingress and egress for the rear occupant.

It then made the sliding glass window cassettes less effective, so we opted to go with the time-proven technology of manual crank windows. This system is much lighter and just as robust as our sliding glass design.

The windshield, side glass, and rear glass all grew taller to accommodate for more head clearance and to help with overall exterior proportions.

With the taller beltline, it was necessary to vertically grow the “greenhouse” (as it’s called in automotive design) to provide better visibility, driver experience and aesthetics.

The B2 electric pickup truck is the big brother of the B1. Twin DNA. Same everything inside and out, except the long bed mullet haircut. A completely badass electric truck capable of carrying 16-foot cargo through a patented full-length pass-through. With the rear seats out, you can transport a hefty stack of 4×8’s with the tailgate closed. We’ve basically copy and pasted all the B1 research and development, added a pickup truck bed, a super convenient fold-away cab wall and 20 inches to the wheelbase. As far as pickup trucks go, this might well be the last truck you’ll ever buy.

THE SPECS

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HORSEPOWER
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FT-LB TORQUE
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lb. towing capacity
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LB. PAYLOAD
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MILE RANGE EPA
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in. bed length
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IN. EXPANDABLE BED
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CU. FT. FRUNK

$125,000 SRP
All Electric
All Wheel Drive
All Aluminum Body

POWER
Dual Motor, 1 Front and Rear
614 Horsepower
668 ft-lb Torque
4.5 Second 0-60 MPH
100 MPH Top Speed
7.8 Power/Weight Ratio
2 Speed, Hi/Lo Range Gearbox

CAPABILITY
15” Ground Clearance
10” Wheel Travel
(10” to 20” Variable Ground Clearance)
5001 LB. Payload Capacity
7500 LB. Towing Capacity

CHASSIS
Geared Axle Hubs
LT285/65R18
11.75” Vented Brakes
4-Wheel Anti-Lock Inboard Discs

ENERGY
142 kWh Battery Pack
200 Mile EPA Range (est)
70.2 MPGe (est)
Level 1 and 2 Charging:
J1772 Port (110v & 220v)
Level 3 Charging:
CCS Port (DC Fast)
Regenerative Braking
10 Hour Level 2 (220v) Charging Time
75 Minute Level 3 (DC Fast) Charging Time

DIMENSIONS
139” Wheelbase
207.5” Length
77.2” Width (no mirrors)
89.0” Width (with mirrors)
72.7” Height
66.2” Front Track
66.2” Rear Track
52° Approach Angle
25° Break Over Angle
28° Departure Angle

WEIGHT
5000 LB Curb Weight
10,001 LB GVWR
45/55 Weight Balance

STORAGE
4 Passenger
4’ Bed Width
6’ Bed Length
8’2” Bed Length (cab wall open, rear seats removed)
16’ Internal Length Front to Rear (liftgates closed)
19’4” Internal Length Front to Rear (liftgates open)
14 Cubic Feet Frunk Storage Capacity
13” W x 14”H Patented Pass Through
40 2x4s Fit Through Patented Passthrough
72 Sheets of 4’x8’ 1/2 Plywood fit with Rear Seats Removed

FEATURES
Flip Down Rear Cabin Wall (for plywood, etc.)
Flip Up Rear Window
Easily Removable Glass
Easily Removable Doors
Easily Removable Roof Panels
Optional All-Glass Roof Panels
Removable Windshield
Air Conditioning
Optional Heated Seats
Removable Rear Seats
Bluetooth Technology
8 110V Outlets
1 220V Outlet
Audio specs to come

ALL SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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