EV startup Bollinger Motors isn’t scheduled to start production on its rugged utility trucks until next year, but it’s already looking toward the future. It’s given the first glimpse of its electric delivery van, the Deliver-E.
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Bollinger has only released renders of the EV’s design for now, but they give a taste of what the company is planning.
Bollinger will offer the van in several sizes with different battery pack configurations, with a maximum range of up to 200 miles. The company said it’ll offer variants that are “engineered to fit Classes 2B, 3, 4, and 5.” That flexibility could help Bollinger stand out from its many rivals in the electric van market.
The Deliver-E is a walk-in van with an 18-inch step-in height, which Bollinger claims is the lowest in the industry. The EV will offer up to 100 kW DC fast charging too, along with universal charge ports. It’s scheduled to go into production in 2022.
Introducing DELIVER•E, the all-electric platform solution for delivery and medium-duty truck fleets. The front-wheel drive, all-electric DELIVER•E platform will be engineered to fit Classes 2B, 3, 4, and 5.
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— Bollinger Motors (@bollingermotors) August 27, 2020
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