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Bollinger Motors reveals the world's first all-electric sport utility truck

A new automotive startup just debuted an electric tribute to the Defender.
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The next-generation Defender is here and it's not wearing a Land Rover badge. The Bollinger B1 is the world's first all-electric sport utility truck that melds classic SUV design with the latest electric powertrain technology. The B1 is as utilitarian as it gets with a function-focused interior and a design that can be setup in a full or half-cab configuration. 

The B1 boasts 360 hp from its electric motor and has a total range of 120 or 200 miles and can reach a full charge on a 220v charger in seven hours or 45 minutes from a fast charger. When it comes to being a truck, the B1 is incredibly capable with 6100 lbs of towing and payload capacity and 95 cu. ft of total storage, 15.5" of ground clearance, and it's got all-wheel-drive to help it tackle any terrain. 

Pre-orders for the B1 are available now. Its release date has yet to be determined.

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