The New York-based Bollinger Motors expands its portfolio soon with the B2, a pick up version of the last year presented B1.
In July last year, we made digital knowledge with the B1 of Bollinger Motors. The first car of the new manufacturer was a fully electric-powered offroader with a length of 3,81 metres and a width of 1,94 m. Bollinger announced the SUV initially in two versions, which are only available to order with a 120 kWh large battery pack, which allows a cruising range of about 355 km can be achieved. Now there is the B2, a pick-up that is based on the B1.
The B2 has a 120 kWh large battery pack and two electric motors on board. The system power is located at 527 hp and 696 Nm, good for a sprint from standstill to a speed of 96 km/h (60 mph) in 6.5 count. The top speed is 160 km/h. On a full charge, the car needs about 320 km away. The B2, with a flatbed with a depth of 1.7 meters, in 2020 to go into production.