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New electric Bollinger B2 Chassis Cab commercial vehicle platform unveiled

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Bollinger has introduced its designs to establish a Chassis Taxi variant of its all-electric powered...

Bollinger has introduced its designs to establish a Chassis Taxi variant of its all-electric powered B2 decide on-up truck, intended particularly for commercial programs. Like the common design, it’ll go on sale in The usa in 2021, with price ranges getting confirmed closer to the model’s start day.

It’ll be accessible in both of those two- and 4-door entire body variations and will appear in numerous wheelbase lengths to go well with a array of mattress attachments, these as a towing arm, a dropside decide on-up mattress or a box entire body. In addition, consumers will be in a position to opt for possibly an enclosed taxi or a cutaway taxi, relying on their specification.

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The B2 Chassis Taxi will also retain the common decide on-up’s “pass through” storage program, which contains a pair of hatches at the front and rear of the car and a channel operating the duration of the interior – letting things up to six metres extended to be transported safely. The system’s practicality will be minimal by the mattress attachment, but the bonnet hatch and cabin structure will continue to be the same across all variants.

Like the Bollinger B1 and B2, the Chassis Cab’s powertrain functions an electric powered motor on just about every axle, everlasting 4-wheel-push and 120kWh battery pack. Ability and torque continue to be the same at 606bhp and 906Nm respectively – despite the fact that the common decide on-up’s 4.5-second 0–62mph time and 200-mile array will be impacted relying on the mattress attachment.

Bollinger suggests the B2 Chassis Taxi has been intended as a function-horse. It has a greatest payload of close to 2.2 tonnes, a hose-down cabin and a 10kW on-board charger which can be utilized to top-up energy resources. It ought to be equally capable off-road, much too, thanks to its minimal centre of gravity and 52-diploma method angle.

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