The Bollinger B1 electric utility truck revealed tonight at the Classic Car Club on New York City’s Hudson River was designed out in the country, where trucks have to be functional above all else.
Inside, there’s no bright screens or flashing displays; there are simple, analog radio dials and battery level indicators, and stores 95 cubic feet of cargo if you remove two of the four seats.
The pure battery electric truck was revealed far from its intended terrain during a media event at the Classic Car Club of Manhattan, where folks otherwise may be who will have the funds for whatever this beauty will sell for.
If the 60-kWh battery pack is specified the Bollinger is claimed to offer 120 miles of driving range and can be recharged in 7.3 hours on a Level 2 charger, or 45 minutes on a DC fast charger. Upgrade to the 100-kWh battery pack and the range increases to 200 miles, with recharging then taking 12.1 hours on a Level 2 supply or 75 minutes with a DC fast charger.
Bollinger hasn’t revealed pricing for the B1 yet, but once manufacturing in the US has been secured and finalized the company expects vehicles to start being delivered in around 19 months.