Bollinger Motors Unveils Electric Utility Truck

By Team Writer / February 11, 2019

Bollinger Motors has released a new electric utility truck to be used for park rangers. The truck is called the B1 and was presented on July 27th in New York City. This utility truck has three hundred sixty horsepower and 472 pounds of torque per foot. The vehicle will also feature a few different options for the battery pack. It also features an encased and water-tight sealed batter compartments, meaning it can be in about three feet of water for about thirty minutes.

Key Takeaways:

  • The battery electric B1 utility truck unveiled by Bollinger motors is touted to be suited for tradespeople, construction companies and government fleets.
  • The B1 was officially launched on July 27 at a media event in New York that was held at the Classic Car Club of Manhattan.
  • The battery packs are of two types – lithium-ion battery packs of 60 KWh with a range of 120 miles or 100 KWh with a convenient range of 200 miles.

“Battery components are encased with water-tight seals, so the vehicle can be submersed in 3.3 feet of water for 30 minutes.”

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