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ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS
Can I reserve a Bollinger B1 or B2 now?
Yes, you can choose a B1 or B2 and reserve it by making a $1,000 deposit here.
Is my deposit fully refundable?
Yes, you will be able to get a refund at any point.
What will be the price for a Bollinger truck be?
The MSRP for a Bollinger B1 or B2 is $125,000. We will be working with independent dealers throughout the world to offer sales and service. More details as they unfold.
Will the B1 and B2 be available in 2 and 4 door?
We do eventually plan to produce the two-door version, but demand for the four-door models have been so high that we decided to launch with those models. Our hope is to have the two-door variant available in the future, timed to take advantage of newer battery technology to get more range out of the smaller battery pack that the two-door necessitates.
What will be the range?
Bollinger trucks will have a minimum 200 mile EPA range. As with all EVs, city driving with a lot of stops and gos will provide a higher than 200 mile range. Highway driving will produce less.
When will you start production?
Production will start in the second half of 2020 with customer deliveries starting in 2021.
Will there be a warranty?
Yes, the details of which will come later.
When can I configure my truck?
You will be able to do so in 2020 as we get closer to production. We will be sending you more information as it happens.
How will service be handled?
We will be working with a network of dealer partners across the country to facilitate sales and service.
Where will the dealers be?
We are working with independent dealers in major cities throughout the US. Our goal is to have a dealer near every customer in every area of the US.
How can I be a dealer?
Please email our Sales Director Chet Parsons, email@example.com
Will your trucks be available outside the US?
We are prioritizing the US market for our first production, but we are planning for export markets as well.
Will there be a RHD version?
Yes, we plan to offer a right-hand-drive version for both the B1 and B2 in the future.
How long will it take to charge?
Charging times will vary depending on conditions. Approximate Level 2 charge time for a 120kWh pack is 8-10 hours, while Level 3 can be as quick as 75 minutes.
What will be the DC Fast Charger power limit?
Our trucks will be able to charge up to 100 kW. And we are working with our supplier to hopefully make that 150 kW by production.
Who can I contact about the B2 Chassis Cab?
Please fill out this form and we will get back to you.
Can I lock the diffs?
Yes, you can lock the front and rear diffs independently.
Can I disconnect the sway bars?
Yes, you can electronically disconnect the front and rear bars independently.
What is the projected payload?
What is the projected towing capacity?
Will there be solar panels on the roof?
No, solar technology is not efficient enough yet to incorporate it into the vehicle. The cost and complexity far outweighs the trickle amount of electricity you get in return.
How many motors do the trucks have?
The trucks have 2 motors, mounted to each axle. They provide all-wheel-drive at all times and are electronically connected to provide full traction control.
How many gearboxes do the trucks have?
There are a total of 6 gearboxes in each truck. One transaxle gearbox mounted to each axle, and one portal gearhub gearbox mounted to each wheel.
Will there be an option for a winch?
Yes, we will offer a winch as part of our accessories program.
Will the B1 or B2 be offered as a kit?
No, we are only planning to manufacture fully finished trucks.
Will I be able to connect a plow?
Yes, the B1 and B2 will accept plow attachments from traditional trucks.
How many 110V outlets will there be?
We plan to offer 10 outlets on the trucks. All capable of powering laptops to power tools.
Does the truck have adjustable suspension?
Yes, the trucks have 10″ of wheel travel, enabling you to raise the truck 5″ more than the highway-set 15″ ground clearance to a total of 20″. And you’ll be able to lower it 5″ below the 15″ to 10″. The truck will also self-level when carrying heavy payloads.
Will the B1 and B2 be flat towable?
Yes, both will be flat towable.
Will the trucks have airbags?
No. We meet Class 3 Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards through use of seat belts. In addition, we are using simulation software to engineer our trucks to our own Due Care standards that far exceed Class 3 requirements.
Will there be a 5-passenger seating option?
We are currently not planning on offering any other seating configurations than 4 passenger.
Are you hiring?
Yes, please visit our CAREERS page for available positions.
Who do I contact for PR?
For all press inquiries, please email Valentine Oldham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I email with other questions?
Please email us at email@example.com