Published On: Fri, Mar 13th, 2020

EV startup Bollinger targets blurb attention with the new chassis

Bollinger Motors, a Michigan-based startup famous for a imperishable electric SUV and pickup truck, denounced Thursday a framework designed for a Class 3 blurb car that has a intensity to enhance a patron base.

The pierce reflects a broader trend among EV startups to during slightest cruise blurb applications for a vehicles in an bid to beget some-more income in this capitally complete business. Rivian, for instance, has struck a understanding with Amazon to yield electric vans for a e-commerce company.

Now, Bollinger Motors is jumping in. The company’s CEO Robert Bollinger pronounced they saw intensity for blurb applications when a association initial built a B1 SUV.

Bollinger Motors Patent-Pending E Chassis Top

“When we initial built a Class 3 B1, we knew there was a blurb aspect to a platform,”  Bollinger pronounced in a statement. “Not usually cab-on-chassis, though wholly new lorry bodies can fit on a E-Chassis, and assistance propel a universe to all-electric that most faster.”

This E-Chassis is a same height common with Bollinger’s B1 SUV and a B2 Pickup. It will also accommodate destiny models and other trucks grown by Bollinger Motors, a association said. The E-Chassis can be customized to accommodate patron requests and will embody 120 kWh battery container or an optional 180 kWh battery pack, all-wheel drive, twin motor, portal rigging hubs, hydraulic anti-lock energy brakes and a ability to lift a 5,000-pound payload.

The E-Chassis will be built along a B1 and B2 vehicles and will be accessible to blurb business in 2021, a association said.

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