Among the list of a half-dozen or so startup-electric-truck makers is Michigan-based Bollinger with its squared-off, no-nonsense B1 utility-vehicle and B2 four-door pickup. (A two-door chassis-cab is also in the works that specifically designed for commercial applications.) Bollinger vehicles are the only electric workhorses with a Class 3 rating, which is given to vehicles that have a gross-vehicle weight of 10,000-14,000 pounds. Load capacity is pegged at 5,000 pounds, while tow rating maxes out at 7,500 pounds. The two electric motors (front and rear) deliver a combined 614 horsepower and 668 pound-feet of torque. The estimated range is 200 miles. Prices start at $125,000 for either the B1 or B2, with deliveries expected to begin in late 2020.

Deliveries of the $125,000 Bollinger B2 electric pickup are likely to begin later this year. PHOTO: BOLLINGER

Bollinger prepares its rollouts: