Bollinger Unveils Adventure-Ready Prototypes Of Their 614HP Electric 4x4s

Sep 30, 2019

Category: Rides

It’s been a couple of years since Bollinger announced their all-electric SUV rides that resemble road tanks, but they’re finally headed to production. Bollinger’s electric vehicle prototypes — dubbed B1 and B2 — are angular rides with a retro vibe and are close to production-ready.

The B1 and B2 are four-door models that take cues from the original Land Rover Defender, yet they both project a modern aesthetic thanks to clean designs. These rides are equipped with a dual-motor powertrain with 614 horsepower and 688 lb-ft of twist, drawing electricity from a huge 120kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The rides are also equipped with adjustable suspension, allowing you to choose between 10 and 20 inches of ground clearance, so you can adapt to any terrain for endless adventures. There’s no pricing information or release date yet for these street-legal modern road monsters, but expect more details to drop in the coming months.

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