Bollinger B2: the all-terrain electrical van of your desires

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 Bollinger B2

Beginning the Bollinger electrical automobile on Wednesday allowed us to take a primary take a look at a sturdy, all-electric van at present beneath development.

The truck is known as B2 Bollinger. It’s a twin automobile to the Bollinger B1 SUV introduced for the primary time in 2017.

Though the B1 will also be configured with a mattress, the B2 is a a lot bigger automobile designed for heavy hundreds. It has a patented entry door for carrying lengthy objects and a cupboard space beneath the hood because of the absence of engine.

Storage was a precedence when designing the B2. The mattress is over ft large and virtually ft lengthy. The rear window additionally opens just like the B1, which permits to retailer it within the higher a part of the cabin. Bollinger confirmed that the B2, just like the B1, can be categorized in class three, which corresponds to a gross automobile weight of 10,001 and a carrying capability of 5,000 kilos.

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Bollinger B1 and B2

Additionally just like the B1, the B2 is supplied with a floor battery pack and an electrical motor at every axle for AWD. The corporate abstains on most specs as a result of the event just isn’t over, however an enormous 120 kilowatt hour battery will be put in. The B2 can even be delivered with Citroën fashion hydropneumatic suspension and wheeled gate gear hubs for easy driving, even off-road.

Bollinger is at present accepting B1 and B2 orders and is hoping to have operational manufacturing in 2020. The corporate, which not too long ago moved from New York to Michigan, introduced plans to disclose key info on availability and pricing 2019.

"The brand new B2 incorporates the whole lot we've realized from making the B1 and takes it in a brand new and thrilling path," stated Bollinger founder Robert Bollinger. "Now that we’ve unimaginable information on testing our B1 prototype, we will use all that technical information in our newest four-door B1 and B2 automobiles."

Bollinger just isn’t alone within the race for deliveries of electrical vans. Tesla has additionally confirmed its electrical van challenge and start-ups within the electrical energy sector, Rivian and Workhorse, are themselves engaged on pickup vans. Nevertheless, none of them may have the utilitarian aesthetic of Bollinger. It's virtually like a Volkswagen factor of the trendy period.

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