Production of the first electric afroad car
With the various Porsche and Tesla products it seemed that there was no need for electric cars. The Tesla and Porsche Taikan models are very fast cars at speeds of up to 100 km / h. But since the electric car had never been produced in a high-end chassis class, Bollinger, a startup company in Michigan, has for the first time produced an all-electric off-road pickup. In Bollinger’s view, electric cars are not limited to sporty and fast products, and the company aims to change people’s beliefs about electric cars by producing two Aphrodite electric products. This pickup will be available in B1 and B2 variants.
It was about two years ago that Bollinger unveiled the prototype B1 prototype and a year later introduced the B2 electric pickup. Given the appearance of the two electric prototypes and their boxy design, it is conceivable that the two cars will exhibit amazing performance in the rolling derailleur. The Bollinger electric pickup and long chassis are designed to be used in the real world. The chassis and body of the car are made of aluminum, making the manufacturing process simpler and less costly, and the body panels can easily fit on the chassis.
Earlier models of the cars have been introduced in the last two years and now pre-production or beta versions are being prepared. Bollinger has made some changes to his feeds in beta to be better than before.
Launched in 2017, the B1 had a 360-horsepower engine with 369 Nm of torque. But in the pre-production version, two engines are used, delivering a total power of 614 hp and torque of 919 Nm, capable of delivering a high-speed Bollinger chassis at a speed of 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds. The top speed of the new B1 has been reduced from 200 km / h to 160 km / h. Its towing capacity is 3400kg.
Aphrodite’s abilities are common to the two Bollinger cars and both are equipped with a two-speed transmission. When the B1 was unveiled in 2017, the Bollinger had a 60- to 100-kWh battery capable of delivering a range of 200 to 320 kilometers. But the B2 has a 120 kWh battery that provides more radiuses. At the moment, however, Bollinger has not announced the range and pricing of these electric cars and details will be announced in the coming months.
Thirty thousand people have so far expressed interest in buying the cars, according to Bollinger’s owner. Production of Bollinger products will begin in 2021.
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