New York-based Bollinger Motors wants to move to Detroit to set up a design and research centre and production may move there too but at a later date. The start-up had presented its electric off-road EV B1 last year and says production is to start in the second half of 2019.
As reported, the company describes its pure-electric vehicle as a sport and utility truck (SUT). The 265 kW strong EV will have two battery variants with 60 and 100 kWh, which will last about 200 and 320 km according to Bollinger. In terms of DC charge, the start-up has employed CHAdeMO.