It seems Bollinger Motors is planning not one, but two all-electric pickup trucks for launch in 2020. Welcome the all-new Bollinger B2.
A zero-door truck? Now that's a new concept there. And it's sort of like a convertible too. How outrageous can it get?
This startup electric truck maker shares both the joy of winter driving, and the intricacies of its prototype's drivetrain in a pair of entertaining videos.
Fully Charged once again takes us to the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show where the Bollinger B1 was one of the stars of the show.
Watch the all-electric boxy beast from Bollinger tear it up in the deep sand at Moab as word comes of major Middle East market intentions
This all-electric SUT shows off its off-road capabilities in a new video as company announces it's reached 10,000 reservations and will appear at SEMA
Bollinger put out three scrumptious videos that you need to watch: two from a racetrack and one technical animation that will have you licking your chops.
The all-electric sport utility truck from Bollinger will also have a four-dour version and sport this shade of orange.
Whether through the livestream of the debut, social media, or news reports, a LOT of people heard about the B1 in the last few weeks. Many want one.
The GVWR of 10,001 pounds means the small company won't have to add airbags or do any crash testing. Bollinger could still do that, but probably not yet.
If you're looking for an EV that can carry hunks of wood and power your tools at the work site, consider the Bollinger B1. If it ever becomes real.
Bollinger is set to debut its all-electric truck completely this Summer, but first they gave us this sneak peak look inside!
New York-based Bollinger Motors is set to debut its upcoming all-electric, on and off road, sport utility truck to the media this summer, in its home state. The...