Bollinger B1 and B2 Electric Trucks: Design, Specification, Review, Release Date


Hey friends! Let’s get into the future Bollinger B1 and B2 Electric Trucks along with design, specification, review, etc. Bollinger Motors is an American electric vehicle manufacturer based in Oak Park, Michigan, and is known for manufacturing electric vehicles.

The Company thought that if ever other brand is focused on the making of electric cars and other vehicles they focused their target on making electric trucks, as a result, the company planned on releasing two electric trucks which are the Bollinger B1 and B2

Bollinger B1 and B2 Electric Trucks: Reasons for Making & Importance?

For driving around his property in the Catskills, Robert Bollinger wanted to have the equivalent electric to that of an indestructible farm truck. This is not the case anymore, as EV manufacturers like Rivian and Tesla are adding ever-more technology and comforts to their electric vehicles to meet consumer demands.

Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design review release date
Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design review release date

The Bollinger B1 is the exact opposite of that. This large, boxy vehicle is designed for one purpose only: to hammer around the field, to conquer any obstacle in its path, and to get you back again, all without emitting any harmful gases.

As the new Defender is more of a luxury car than a spartan off-roader, it would seem that it is the new school equivalent of the old school Land Rover Defender since it is more of a luxury car than a spartan off-roader like its ancestor was.

Interior and Exterior Design of the Bollinger B1 and B2

Taking advantage of a two-speed in-house high/low range gearbox, the B1 and B2 are able to make the most of all of their power in low-traction situations by using the two-speed gearbox.

With a set of trick helical geared axle hubs, Bollinger’s products feature 15 inches of ground clearance and 10 inches of wheel travel as a result of 15 inches of ground clearance and 10 inches of wheel travel. For a better understanding of what I am saying, the legendary Hummer H1 came with a 16-inch ground clearance when it was new.

Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design interior
Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design interior

The end result is a variable ground clearance of 10 to 20 inches, which is quite a bit of ground clearance. It is worth mentioning that both the Hummer and Bollinger B1 are equipped with 11.75-inch anti-lock inboard disc brakes on all four wheels, which helps to maximize the vehicle’s off-road capabilities.

Changes, Weight, Specifications, Loading Capacity of Bollinger B1 and B2

As part of the unveiling, the company has released new specifications for the B1 and B2 that show only minor deviations from what it has previously announced. The payload capacity was originally listed as 5000 pounds, then was changed to 5201, and is now listed as 5000 pounds once again.

Bollinger’s earlier specifications for the two vehicles were slightly different with the specification for the B2 being 688 lb-ft whereas the B1 was only 668 lb-ft despite Bollinger’s earlier specs being 688 lb-ft for the B2 versus 668 lb-ft for the B1.

As the B1 sales kick off, the B1 will have a 171.5-inch length, a 77.2-inch width, a 72.7-inch height, and a 118.8 inch wheelbase when the production begins. In spite of all that, with an aluminium body and a 45/55 weight balance, and even with an aluminium body, the car has a curb weight of 4,800 lbs.

Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design specification weight
Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design specification weight

There will be two electric motors in this SUV, one for each axle, that will generate a total of 614 horsepower and 668 pound-feet of torque combined. A total range of 200 miles will be guaranteed by the 120 kWh battery pack, as well as a top speed of 100 mph, a zero to sixty mph less than 5 seconds with maximum speed of 100 mph.

In addition to its many interesting features, its most interesting feature is its hollow middle, which allows it to carry objects up to 16’4″ long with its lift-gates swung open. In terms of versatility and capability, the B1 seems to be a good option.

The B2 is going to have the same details regarding the powertrain, the battery pack, and the range as the B1, but the B2 is going to be 207.5 inches long, 77.2 inches wide, 72.7 inches high, and have a 139-inch wheelbase. The lift-gates of the vehicle can accommodate objects that are 19’4″ long with the lift-gates open.

Towing Capabilities of Bollinger B1 & B2

As a comparison to Bollinger’s specs, the GMC Hummer EV appears to be an incredible deal compared to the Bollinger specs above, based on the comparison to Bollinger’s specs. Even so, it is worth noting that these vehicles are not competition for the B1 and B2 for the most part, since they are going after the same audience, which is commercial buyers.

It is not Bollinger’s intention with these vehicles to appeal to an average consumer; rather, Bollinger is aiming to appeal to another audience. There are two versions of the B1, and the B2, and both of them have been designed in a manner that is primarily aimed at the needs of commercial work trucks.

Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design towing capacity
Bollinger B1 & B2 electric trucks design towing capacity

Throughout the interior of the vehicle, you will not find any screens, only a few simple dials, switches, and levers to aid you in getting to where you need to be. It is sure if the cabin of the car has any radio in it or if any of the windows are electric, from what I can see based on what I can see from what I can see inside. Since they are designed to be lightweight and rugged, the B1 and B2 are highly practical for use within a commercial working environment, since they are lightweight and rugged vehicles that are highly useful for commercial use.

It is possible to load full lengths of lumber through the gear tunnel of the B2 pickup bed, for example, while a full sheet of 6 X 4 plywood can be fitted in the bed of the B2.

Range and Speed of Bollinger B1 and B2 Trucks

With a dual motor power-train that offers a total of 614 horsepower, the trucks are capable of going from zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, and they can reach a maximum speed of 100 mph.

Despite the fact that the vehicle has a higher ground clearance than most off-road vehicles with a variable from 10 to 20 inches and high- and low-range gearing, the company says the vehicle will be legally road legal around the world. EPA estimates that the EVs will be able to travel 200 miles on a single charge using a battery pack with a capacity of 120.0 kWh.

Charging Time and Speed of the Bollinger B1 and B2

Using DC fast charging, the trucks will be able to charge the battery pack with 142 kWh in about 10 hours, while using DC fast charging, the battery pack will be able to be charged in 75 minutes or less, based on the prediction.

Bollinger says that up to 150kW of DC fast charging power will be available by the time production of the entire system is in full swing, but there are currently plans for that to be possible up to 100kW at the moment.

Pricing of the Bollinger B1 and B2

It is expected that Bollinger’s pickup and SUV will both cost $125,000 each. An empty rear end of the B2 chassis-cab version is available for $110,000, and this option can be used for commercial fittings.

You will probably qualify for a $7,500 federal tax credit if you choose to buy a Bollinger vehicle in addition to any state tax credit that might be available to you. In addition to the delivery charges and taxes, the final price will be adjusted by these factors as well, and this is likely to be a moving target like the delivery date.

Release Date of the Bollinger B1 and B2

The date of release has been pushed back a lot of times due to some issues with manufacturing and difficulties in engineering and also with development. The company has still yet to announce the official date but according to reports, Bollinger has stated its development and production and the car could release in the market so it will likely happen at the end of 2022 or at the beginning of 2023.

Related News to the Bollinger B1 and B2

It was Robert Bollinger, Bollinger’s founder, and CEO, who stated in a statement that these two new beta prototypes represent not just Bollinger’s vision for electric trucks, but also for reinvented trucks of the future.

He said that the time had come for us to do something different. It will be just a matter of time before building the best truck without compromising on anything.

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