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Bollinger Motors announced a postponement to its consumer-truck production and delivery.
The electric vehicle manufacturer intends now to focus its efforts on commercial all-electric platforms and chassis cabs for commercial vehicles in Classes 3-6.
The move will enable Bollinger Motors to continue to grow and develop technology that will have a major impact in the automotive world’s green future, according to the Oak Park, Mich.-based company.
B1 and B2 postponed while we shift focus to commercial trucks and fleets.— Bollinger Motors (@bollingermotors) January 14, 2022
This enables us to continue the development of our technology, and to make a real impact in the green future of automotive. Thank you so much for your support over the years.
There's so much more to come.
“We started Bollinger Motors in 2015 with a dream and a desire to make the best trucks possible,” Bollinger CEO Robert Bollinger said in a release. “We’ve put countless hours of hard work and passion into making something that makes us proud. However, today, we’re postponing the consumer trucks development and shifting our focus to commercial trucks and fleets.”
Bollinger will refund deposits for those who’d previously reserved the electric B1 sport utility truck and the B2 pickup truck. — Transport Topics
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