The forthcoming 2021 Bollinger B2 all-electric truck comes with a rugged and very angular exterior design. However, beyond the primitive and boxy appearance, this model delivers impressive capacities and outstanding versatility. Well, the B2 truck is actually a stretched version of the B1 SUV. Of course, with the addition of the cargo bed.
Also, the B2 truck offers foldable and removable body panels, which imitates the Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator styling. On top of that, the new model delivers unique flexibility for this type of vehicle and excellent performance. The company claims that the upcoming electric truck will combine 614 hp and 688 lb-ft of torque. The towing is set to 7,500 pounds, while the payload is 5,000 pounds, and the battery pack will provide up to 200 miles of driving range.
2021 Bollinger B2 Engine Specs
Under the hood of 2021 Bollinger B2 all-electric truck will be two electric motors, one on each axle. This combination produces a total output of 614 hp and 668 lb-ft of torque. Also, the AWD system will be standard configuration. The electric Bollinger truck accelerates from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds, while the top speed is set to 100 mph. Moreover, the upcoming pickup will include a two-speed transfer case, with high and low ranges, which will add to the off-road capability.
Besides, the company claims the B2 will come with a variable ground clearance, which ranges from 10-20 inches. As mentioned above, the towing capacity will be 7,500 pounds, and the maximum payload 5,000 lbs. The B2 electric truck will have a 120-kWh battery pack, that will provide an EPA-rated driving range of 200 miles.
Furthermore, the battery can be fully recharged in 10 hours with a 220-volt outlet. Also, the customers will have an option to pick a DC fast-charging outlet, which will reduce charging time to around 75 minutes. Still, the fuel-economy figures are unknown at the moment. The company estimates the B2 will return around 70 MPGe.
Interior, Safety. and Price
As for the cabin, the practical side triumphs over the comfort and luxuries. 2021 Bollinger B2 delivers a hollowed-out cabin that enables storage of very long items through its center, Also, the truck’s interior includes a fold-away rear wall, just like the Midgate from the original Chevrolet Avalanche. This feature opens up and extends the 5-foot 9-inch cargo bed by an additional two feet.
As we mentioned above, the B2 will imitate Jeep vehicles. Therefore, expect to see removable body panels, doors, windows, roof panels, and windshield. The cabin doesn’t include too much of the equipment. The standard features will be air conditioning and heated seats. Also, you’ll find Bluetooth, six 110-volt outlets and an audio system. Same as the B1 SUV, the Bollinger’s pickup is classified as a Class 3 work truck, which means the airbags won’t be included.
The official release date is still unknown. But, according to the company, the production of all-electric B1 SUV and B2 trucks begins later this year. The starting price will be around $125,000.