Posts Tagged: Bollinger Motors

No surprise: Bollinger’s rugged hand-built electric trucks will be pricey

Why the big surprise, folks? Robert Bollinger warned us. When Charged interviewed the founder of Bollinger Motors for a feature in our May/June 2018 issue, we asked him if he was designing to a price point. “We’re doing it the opposite way,” he replied. “What would be the coolest truck? What are all the things… Read more »

Bollinger Motors announces electric pickup truck

Bollinger Motors (profiled in the May/June 2018 issue of Charged) is building a “no-nonsense back-to-basics all-electric sport utility truck” that fills a gap in the current EV market. The Bollinger B1 is built for the farm or the job site, a rugged work truck designed to haul large, heavy objects. As Bollinger moves through the… Read more »

Robert Bollinger is building unique EVs, and a one-of-a-kind EV company

Bollinger Motors is not following the typical EV startup formula. Instead of building a luxury sedan, it’s building a rough and ready work truck. It has no strategy to evolve into a mass-market automaker, but intends to find a niche as a low-volume brand. As far as we know, the company has no former Tesla… Read more »

New video details the making of Bollinger’s electric Sport Utility Truck

Last year, Bollinger Motors revealed its electric B1 Sport Utility Truck (SUT), a “no nonsense back-to-basics” vehicle with a rugged frame and minimal styling. Now the company, which says it is “ramping up B1 production in earnest,” has released a short video that follows the 20-month process of designing and building the prototype. Company founder… Read more »