Bollinger Could Sell Its Electric Truck With These Wrangler-Esque Mods

Bollinger has published a number of renderings which show the extent to which its all-electric B1 SUV and B2 pickup truck can be modified.

Taking to Twitter, the small company shared images of how customized versions of its vehicles could look like, based on requests, comments, and conversations it received from the online community. The images show that the B1 and B2 can be perfectly out-fitted for wild adventures much like the Jeep Wrangler.

One thing which the two models have in common are no traditional doors and instead, there are simply tube-frame doors to (hopefully…) keep occupants onboard over difficult and treacherous terrain. Elsewhere, both the B1 and B2 have been pictured with no less than eight huge driving lights on the roof. Other distinctive parts include hood-mounted and rear-mounted spare wheels, new wheels and tires, and winches. The B1 even includes a small roof ladder to provide access onto the huge steel roof rack.

Also Read: Bollinger’s New B2 Pickup Has An Electric Powertrain With 520 HP

It’s unclear if all of these accessories will be offered by Bollinger to customers but if they are, we imagine they will prove very popular and help encourage future owners to not baby their models and instead take them for road-trips and adventures.

Bollinger’s B1 and B2 SUVs both come with a pair of electric motors and a 120 kWh battery pack to deliver a total of 614 hp and 668 lb-ft (905 Nm) of torque and provide a claimed range of 200 miles (320 km). The company plans on starting deliveries next year.

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  • it’s the real modern Defender…

  • Warren Trout

    No airbags! Are they stupid!

  • JonQSmithe

    Stop these idiotic articles based on ‘renderings’. Bollinger is vaporware and never getting built.

  • wait a minute

    now we can appreciate the value of car designers, and what happens to a car if you leave them out.

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