Bollinger B2 truck (and B1 SUV) make their next step towards production with these “production-ready” prototypes.
The overall powertrain specs are the same as before. This is still a four-wheel-drive truck with low range gearing, portal axles, locking differentials, up to 20-inches of ground clearance, disconnecting sway bars, and much more.
The dual electric motors still combine for a maximum output of 614 hp and 668 lb-ft of torque. The B2 truck is rated to up to 7,500 lbs and carry about 5,000 lbs of payload. It is a class 3 truck with a GVWR of 10,001 lbs.
The battery offers 120 kWh of total capacity for a projected range of 200 miles. DC fast-charging time is listed at 75 minutes.
With most of the specs taken care of, we need to take a close look at the B2 pickup for the first time. It still has a “frunk” (front trunk) and a pass-through. The truck offers a unique mid-gate that is similar in concept to the Chevy Avalanche truck, but the mid-glass actually folds up like a hatch on the the SUV.
The truck can accommodate a 16-foot long piece of lumber in side the pass-through with both front and rear closed. The bed is 6-feet long, but the mid-gate can extend the bed to 8-feet with the tailgate closed. Yes, that means it can carry a stack of 4×8 pieces of plywood and such.
Take a look at the video for all the details.