It’s pretty much the same as the B1, but with a longer wheelbase and flatbed

Bollinger is a new manufacturer that showed off a very promising all-electric off-roader known as the B1, which it has yet to officially launch, but has now expanded its future lineup to include the Bollinger B2 - a long-wheelbase version of the B1.

Bollinger shows off B2 all-electric pickup truck
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The company says the B2 builds on what it learned creating the B1 (which is reportedly in the final stages of development and testing) and adds extra carrying capacity.

It uses the same twin-motor setup as the B1, as well as its 1200kWh battery pack, and it will be launched alongside the B1 in 2020.

Its bed measures 4-foot-1-inch by 5-foot-9-inch and has a hauling capacity of 5,000 pounds. It can also tow a payload of up to 7,500 pounds. Performance is decent for a vehicle it size since both its motors make a combined 520 horsepower and 514 pound-feet of torque which is enough to propel the B2 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 100 mph. One-charge range is estimated at 200 miles, and it delivers an estimated 70.2 MPGe equivalent.

Bollinger shows off B2 all-electric pickup truck
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Off-road capability is also excellent, thanks to its variable ride height, 15-inch ground clearance, locking differentials in the front and rear, as well as the instant torque from its electric motors. Price for either the B1 or B2 has not been announced yet (will revolve around the $60,000 mark), but you can already reserve the vehicle without having to put down a deposit.

Further reading

2019 Bollinger B1 Exterior
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Read our full review on the 2019 Bollinger B1.

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