Bollinger Motors Inc. said Wednesday it will sell Class 4 and Class 5 electric commercial trucks in addition to the Class 3 vehicles it unveiled last year in a move the Oak Park-based startup said would offer greater coverage to customers.
Bollinger’s $125,000 B1 SUV and B2 pickup are among the anticipated crop of forthcoming consumer electric vehicles. But the startup has turned to the high-volume work truck market to sustain its operation that initially was largely self-funded by CEO Robert Bollinger with a fortune earned in the cosmetics industry.
Bollinger Motors Inc. will sell Class 3, 4 and 5 electric commercial trucks.
“We’ve been working on these vehicles with the intention of a commercial application,” Bollinger told The Detroit News. “We’ve been going down that path with an all-new frame and chassis.”