2023 BOLLINGER B2CC DUALLY CHASS-E CAB – Bollinger Motors is an exception when it comes to electric trucks. Bollinger Motors isn’t interested in chasing the typical electric vehicle customer like other startups. The Detroit-based automaker decided to take a different route and build trucks for the traditional pickup truck customer. This is the direct result of Robert Bollinger, CEO,’s farm experience and the gap in the market for electric trucks. Bollinger once again stepped up to this challenge during the company’s presentation at NTEA’s Work Truck Week. Bollinger Motors has just unveiled the Bollinger Motors B2 Chassis-E Cab pickup. It is the first electric vehicle to feature a dual configuration.
2023 BOLLINGER B2CC DUALLY CHASS-E CAB REVIEW
This B2 Chass E Cab pickup, like all Bollinger Motors products in the portfolio, is a class 3. It is currently the only electric chassis cab truck of its kind. We’ve seen the dual-motor B2CC version, but this new offering is quite different. This truck is now available in RWD specification with a dual-motor rear setup. The company’s new “Chass E” platform is responsible for the B1 SUV, B2 Pickup, and the B2 Pickup. This move is expected to attract more commercial fleets and lower the entry cost. For those with specific needs, the Chass E platform is also available.
2023 BOLLINGER B2CC DUALLY CHASS-E CAB RELEASE DATE & PRICE
Robert Bollinger, CEO of Bollinger, stated in a statement that “Our trucks kick and now they kick ass!” We now have three versions to meet the needs of both government and commercial markets. Bollinger Motors’ B2 Chass E Cab pickup was originally priced at $100,000. This is quite a large price for fleet buyers. The new RWD and RWD dually models are more affordable. The base rear-drive model costs $70,000 while the dually will cost $72,500. The basic Chass-E pricing starts at $55,000. RWD pricing goes up to $57,000. Dual rear wheels bring that total up over to $57,500. Bollinger Motors Chass-E’s traditional dual-motor layout starts at $80,000
Bollinger Motors’ electric trucks aren’t for everyone. However, they have dominated the commercial market. The B2 Chass E Cab dually is quite impressive, to be honest. We are confident that this truck will appeal to commercial customers, given its class 3 capabilities. According to the automaker, deliveries of this new product are expected in 2022.