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Bollinger Releases B1 Four-Door Image

September 07, 2017

A sketch released by Bollinger Motors of the all-electric B1 sport/utility truck with four doors. (Image courtesy of Bollinger Motors)
A sketch released by Bollinger Motors of the all-electric B1 sport/utility truck with four doors. (Image courtesy of Bollinger Motors)

Bollinger Motors revealed the first image of the four-door version of its B1 all-electric sport/utility truck. The sketch also shows off a new orange exterior color which will also be available at launch.

“We always wanted to make a four-door version of the B1,” said Robert Bollinger, designer and CEO of Bollinger Motors. “And, our assistant designer Ross Compton and I developed a great sketch. The vehicle still has great proportions and it’s amazing off-road capabilities remain intact since we only had to stretch the chassis by 9 inches”

Adding the two doors creates a new overall vehicle length of 159 inches and new wheelbase of 114 inches. While the truck will have the same 15.5-inch ground clearance, adjustable wheel travel (+5/-5 in), approach, and departure angles, it will have a new breakover angle of 31 degrees.

The lengthier vehicle now provides an additional 6 cu.-ft. of cargo volume for a total of 101 cu.-ft. Both the two- and four-door variants will have the same battery options available of either 60 kWh or 100 kWh.

Engineering the B1 to production is underway and additional specifications and information will be made available in future announcements.

Comments

  1. 1. Dean Bartlett [ September 07, 2017 @ 11:47AM ]

    Have you heard of this one?

 

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