Bollinger, which has been hyping a “sport-utility truck” concept for about four years, held a “reveal” Thursday to give a better look at what to expect when the trucks go to production.
There wasn’t much news at the event. Chief Executive Robert Bollinger said it himself.
“It’s not a surprise what we’re revealing,” he said. “We’ve had the renderings for it on our website for a while and the specs and all that kind of stuff. But tonight is a celebration that we actually built them. They actually work. They’re amazing. I’ve cried a few times at how amazing they came out. So, wait until they come out and we’ll cry again.”
The wait until they come out is looking like it will be 2021. Unfortunately, the biggest question – how much? – wasn’t answered on Thursday. Pricing details are expected come in a few months.
Bollinger is not aiming for the traditional SUV customer. These trucks are utilitarian and lack some of the safety features found on more modern vehicles. But, the intent is to build a reliable, capable, all-electric truck. It seems Bollinger has built at least three of them.
Check out the specs below.