Amongst a plethora of future gasoline-avoiding brands, Bollinger has revealed its model lineup in final form. The B1 utility vehicle and B2 pickup (both full-size, four-passenger units) are similar to earlier concept versions except for slightly taller bodies and rooflines that aid passenger and cargo space. The B1 and B2 come with an electric motor for the front wheels and one driving the rears. They produce a net 614 combined horsepower and 668 pound-feet of torque. Bollinger claims acceleration times to 60 mph from rest in about 4.5 seconds. Estimated range is a modest 200 miles. Prices for either model begin at $125,000, with deliveries expected to start this year.

The $125,000 Bollinger B2 pickup shares its 614-horsepower
electric power system with the B1 utility vehicle. PHOTO: BOLLINGER

Bollinger Motors releases images of production-ready electric pickup: