At the last Los Angeles Auto Show held last November, Michigan-based Bollinger presented two vehicles that seemed pulled straight out of the Terminator films: the B1 SUV and B2 pickup truck.
They featured a retro look, post-apocalyptic capabilities, electric powertrains – everything, basically, you would need to head fearlessly into the next decade of mobility.
The company doesn't intend to stop at those two models either. Last month, it introduced an electric chassis (E-Chassis) designed for Class 3 trucks, opening the door to the commercial vehicle sector. This week, Bollinger is back with the B2 Chassis Cab (B2CC), also designed for usin commercial applications.
Although we don't often discuss commercial vehicles here, we’re making an exception here, because an electric platform designed for the purpose of delivering and transporting goods could change the face of transport in the medium and long term. That affects everyone.