American start-up Bollinger Motors has revealed its electric off-road SUV and pick-up truck in beta prototype form, marking "a major milestone in the company's next steps toward production".
The B1 and B2, which have been engineered to be road-legal across the globe, are both based on Bollinger's in-house-developed Class 3 electric vehicle 'skateboard' platform. The chassis and body are made from aluminium, making it light and easy to manufacture, with simple-to-replace body panels.
With a motor on each axle, giving four-wheel drive, the rugged, boxy models produce a combined 614bhp and 668lb ft of torque for a claimed 0-60mph time of 4.5sec and a top speed of 100mph.
Range hasn't been confirmed, but Bollinger's battery pack is an enormous 120kWh in capacity. The company previously proposed a range of 200 miles from a 100kWh battery.
Drive is through a two-speed automatic gearbox with high and low ranges, while there are front and rear electronically locking differentials.
Designed for extreme off-road use, the B1 and B2 have 50/50 weight distribution, 10-20in of variable ground clearance, 10in of wheel travel, all-round ventilated 11.75in disc brakes and geared axle hubs.