Bollinger Motors hasn’t yet begun deliveries of its electric B1 SUV and B2 pickup truck, but on Thursday the company unveiled a third model. It’s an electric delivery van called the Deliver-E, which Bollinger said will start production in 2022.
While it shares powertrain components with the B1 and B2, the Deliver-E doesn’t fit alongside the other two vehicles in terms of styling. Its more modern, streamlined design almost appears closer to that of electric vans from UK-based Arrival than anything from Bollinger’s own lineup.
The Deliver-E will only be available with front-wheel drive, but Bollinger said it would offer multiple wheelbase lengths and gross vehicle weight ratings (GVWR), including Classes 2B, 3, 4, and 5.
Multiple battery-pack sizes will be offered as well, including 70-kilowatt-hour, 105-kwh, 140-kwh, 175-kwh, and 210-kwh packs. Bollinger isn’t ready to quote range estimates, however, or discuss pricing.