The B1 sport utility truck was inspired by boxy trucks and 4x4s like the Defender, Bronco, and Harvester Scout. [credit:
Bollinger Motors ]
Did you look at the new Land Rover Defender and think to yourself “that thing’s got way too many curves”? If so, you might enjoy these photos of the Bollinger Motors B1 and B2 electric trucks.
We covered the company in early 2018, when it revealed the first images of its four-door B1. On Thursday at a live-streamed event, it showed off a beta prototype of the the B1, which it calls a sports utility truck, as well as the B2, a more conventional pickup truck.
They share the most of the same technical specs. It’s a 458kW (614hp), 905Nm (668lb-ft) dual-motor, all-wheel drive design, with a whopping 120kWh lithium-ion battery pack between the axles. Even with that much power and torque, don’t expect Taycan-rivaling performance; 0-60mph might take 4.5 seconds, but these EVs are limited to 100mph (160km/h) flat-out.
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