BOLLINGER MOTORS REVEALS 4-DOOR VERSION OF THE B1
WORLD'S FIRST ALL-ELECTRIC SPORT UTILITY TRUCK ADDS 2 MORE DOORS FOR GREATER UTILITY
HOBART, N.Y., Sept. 6, 2017 — Today, Bollinger Motors revealed the first image of the 4-door version of its B1 all-electric sport utility truck. The sketch also shows off a new orange exterior color which will also be available at launch.
“We always wanted to make a 4-Door version of the B1,” said Robert Bollinger, Designer and CEO. “And our assistant designer Ross Compton and I developed a great sketch. The vehicle still has great proportions and it’s amazing off-road capabilities remain intact since we only had to stretch the chassis by 9 inches.”
Adding the 2 doors creates a new overall vehicle length of 159 inches and new wheelbase of 114 inches. While the truck will have the same class-leading ground clearance (15.5 in), adjustable wheel travel (+5/-5 in), approach (56) and departure angles (53) it will have a new breakover angle of 31 degrees.
The lengthier vehicle now provides an additional 6 cu. ft. of cargo volume for a total of 101 cu. ft. Both the 2- and 4-door variants will have the same battery options available of either 60 kWh or 100 kWh. Engineering the B1 to production is underway and additional specifications and information will be made available in future announcements.
About Bollinger Motors
Started in 2014, Bollinger Motors is a US-based company headquartered in New York State. We’re revolutionizing truck and SUV design by creating the B1 – the world’s first all-electric, on-and-off-road sport utility truck (SUT). This medium-duty SUT is truly innovative — engineered from the ground up with an all-electric powertrain, unique storage options, all-aluminum chassis, adjustable air-suspension, and convertible cab panels. It’s second to none off road, and the perfect work truck for ranchers, builders, do-it-yourselfers, or anyone looking for an electric vehicle with unparalleled traction, torque, and ground clearance. This project is a showcase for American ingenuity and a model for clean energy enterprise and innovation based here in the United States.