Bollinger B1 And B2 Electric Trucks Priced From $125,000, Get 200 Mile Range

The world of extreme rugged off-roaders is about to welcome two more members: the all-electric Bollinger B1 SUV and B2 crew cab pickup.

Priced at $125,000 each, they will enter production in 2020, but deliveries are planned for next year. To secure a build slot now, you’ll have to place a $1,000 refundable deposit.

Powering the two trucks are two electric motors, one on each axle, which develop a combined output of 614 hp (623 PS / 458 kW) and 668 lb-ft (906 Nm) of torque. Providing the juice for an EPA-estimated range of 200 miles (322 km) on a single charge is the 120 kWh battery back, with regenerative braking, which supports AC and DC fast charging.

Also Watch: Bollinger Showcases The Electric B1’s Off-Road Prowess

Bollinger said the B1 and B2 have 15 inches (381 mm) of ground clearance and 10 inches (254 mm) of wheel travel. The hydro-pneumatic suspension with self-leveling is manually adjustable, so the truck can be lowered or raised by another 5 inches (127 mm). Drivers can also shift between high and low range using the column-mounted shifter that’s tied to an electronic actuator, and engage the electronic locking differentials via the dashboard-mounted toggle switches.

The rugged SUV and pickup truck feature black paint and carbon-kevlar-treated underbodies to minimize catching rocks, branches or roots. Furthermore, the easily-removable windshield, windows, doors and roof panels can make for a more pleasant driving experience on arduous terrains, as long as you do not venture far away from charging stations.

Inside, the B1 and B2 have four identical seats with heating, which can be had in cloth, leather or vegan leather. There are also IP68-rated light strips, water resistant LED dome lights, ten 110v AC outlets (optional 220v), air conditioning, heating, wood floor strips and aluminum and chrome trim. All interior components have been sealed or protected for fording water up to 36 inches (914 mm) deep.

Bollinger has also patented a pass-through door located in the dashboard, which connects the frunk to the passenger compartment and comes in handy when hauling longer items.

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  • Bart

    I could learn to love the raw looks, but the interior should be an opposite of that. I could imagine something akin to luxurious post-factory loft, perhaps? Raw wood trims here and there? The way they went not only screams laziness and cheapness (those seats are from parts bin, no?) – it’s simply unpleasant. I’m exhausted just by looking at it.

    • Mark Hawthorne

      Has there ever been a time that a car manufacturer that was proud of its interior design and quality showed pictures that look as though they were taken in an alley, at night? I don’t think so. The whole car, and particularly the “good-ol’-boy” interior is baffling.

  • Six_Tymes

    I think their design cues should be more square, as boxy as possible. lol

    • Ben

      I agree, they’re playing it too safe with the chamfered edges.

  • Howfarr

    The Minecraft Land Rover Defender

    • Six_Tymes


  • The-Fez

    $125,000 for a vehicle with manual sliding windows? I’ll have a new Defender instead.

  • salamOOn

    omg how long is that pick up…..

  • Mark Hawthorne

    One Hundred and Twenty Five Thousand Dollars. Ha ha.

  • Porkopolis

    I see someone is putting surplus HMMWVs to use.

  • Ben

    This looks like it was designed by a high school shop class…they still have those, right?

  • Tumbi Mtika

    This is a bit too analog for the amount they’re charging.

  • jon4uu

    I’ll take a Fully loaded Ford Raptor, nicely equipped Model 3 and a KTM 500 dual sport with money left over thank you very much…

  • Bob

    I don’t hate it. How much is Rivian charging however? How does that proposition compare to this one?

  • Tinky-Winky

    Reminds me a bit of that EV the Top Gear hosts built once.

  • Nowan

    I don’t wanna own one, but I’d like to try this kit

  • bollinger bands!! complete coincidence!! good catch there, too funny!

  • S3XY


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