The Bollinger B1 aims to be the first heavy duty all-electric 4×4 truck/SUV on the market. The two-door model made its debut in New York City in June 2017. The company announced intent to also produce a four-door version of the vehicle. We now get a first rendering and new chassis specifications for the larger B1.
The four-door aluminum chassis is 9-inches longer than the two-door version, and Bollinger says that all of the great off-road characteristics of the original concept are still there for the stretched version. The new breakover angle is listed at 31 degrees, which is still more than respectable and rivals many off-road specialists, including the Jeep Wrangler and the Ram Power Wagon.
The four-door has an overall length of 159 inches, wheelbase of 114 inches, and the bigger cabin offers 6 cu-ft more of cargo volume for a total of 101 cu-ft.
Both the two-door and the four-door will share the same suspension, electric motors, and battery options. The B1 will offer a 60 kWh or 100 kWh battery packs. The dual electric motors combine for 360 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque. Bollinger claims a 4.5 second 0-60 MPH acceleration for the two-door version.
Check out the world debut and get all the details in the video below.