Fred Lambert, Electrek.co, July 27, 2017
Today, Bollinger Motors unveiled what it calls a “no nonsense back-to-basics all-electric sport utility truck (SUT).”
The minimalist-looking vehicle with sharp edges and bare interior will not be for everyone, but with a promised range of up to 200 miles and quite a few interesting features, it could check all the boxes of a lot of people looking to buy an EV that can go on and off road.
The New York-based startup brought the prototype to the Classic Car Club of Manhattan. They released the entire spec list, which we added at the end of this article, and revealed almost everything about the vehicle except for the price.
Bollinger Motors’ founder and CEO, Robert Bollinger, commented on the unveiling:
“We are so thrilled to be able to finally take the wraps off of our Bollinger B1 SUT. This is the culmination of what has been a 40-year-long boyhood dream of mine and I couldn’t be more pleased with the vehicle and the incredible team who worked so hard to create it.”
We had already a pretty good idea of the design, which features a lightweight aluminum architecture and minimalist body, through several teasers released over the past few months but we now get our first complete good look at the vehicle: