This is something I can get behind.
Bollinger B1 EV Utility TruckSpecifications given for the prototype cite two battery options: a 60-kilowatt-hour base pack, and an optional longer-range 100-kwh pack.
The smaller pack is estimated to deliver a range of about 120 miles in what is hardly a wind-cheating shape, while the larger one should come in around 200 miles.
Total output for the two motors together is 270 kilowatts (360 horsepower), but a substantial 472 lb-ft of torque—which should be enough to get the 3,900-pound four-seat truck out of most situations, especially with a cited 0-to-60-mph acceleration time of just 4.5 seconds.
Payload is rated at 6,100 pounds, and the wheels are only 17-inch alloys, their size expanded by the giant knobbly treaded off-road tires that give the 150-inch-long utility truck such visual presence.
The frame and platform of the B1 electric truck is constructed of aluminum, as are the body panels, with the frame for the cabin made of high-strength steel
The truck has a standard 240-volt Level 2 charging port on its left-front fender, and for the moment, a CHAdeMO DC quick-charging port on the right-front fender.
The minimalist interior, by design, features four circular gauges and a dashboard designed to accept drilling for custom-fitted instruments, accessories, and tools.