This summer little-known Bollinger Motors revealed the world’s first fully electric Sport Utility Truck – the Bollinger B1. With its squared off, rugged looks, the Bollinger B1 is easily inspired by the iconic Land Rover Defender. But now Bollinger has taken the EV a step further with a new four-door version.
The first image of the four-door Bollinger B1 shows how the electric four-door Sport Utility Truck will look in a new orange color, which Bollinger says will be available at launch. The four-door version measures 159-inches-long, while its wheelbase stretches 114 inches. Even with the longer length, the four-door B1 will have the same 15.5-inches of ground clearance, making it the perfect EV to take off road.
The four-door Bollinger B1 also has an additional 6 cubic feet of cargo space for a total of 101 cubic feet. Both the two and four-door versions will have the same battery options, either a 60 kWh or 100 kWh battery pack, giving the B1 a range of either 120 or 200 miles.
Bollinger Motors hopes to start production by early 2019. You can reserve the Bollinger B1 starting in early 2018 for $1,000.
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