Bollinger Suspends Plans for Electric B1 SUV and B2 Pickup


Bollinger Suspends Plans for Electric B1 SUV and B2 Pickup

Way back in 2017, a startup called Bollinger Motors showed off an electric SUV called the B1 that looked like it was designed using Legos. It was soon joined by a pickup truck version, the B2, and the off-roaders were due to go on sale in 2019. But the small company failed to find a production partner in time, and Bollinger pushed the B1 and B2’s launch date back to late 2021. Today, Bollinger Motors announced that it will be postponing the start of its consumer-truck business, instead choosing to focus on supplying the commercial market with electric vehicles.

As a result, Bollinger will shift its attention to the Deliver-E van concept that it unveiled in 2020. Bollinger says the van will come with multiple wheelbase options and will be available with batteries ranging from a 70.0-kWh unit to a massive 210.0-kWh battery. The Deliver-E was originally supposed to go into production in 2022 with an unnamed manufacturing partner, but given that its already 2022 and no partner has been revealed, it’s likely the Deliver-E won’t be until the end of the year at the earliest.


For the full story, check out this article from Car And Driver.


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