In 2019 electric car maker Bollinger unveiled its plans to develop the next generation of EV SUVs and pickups. Now it looks as though those plans are one step closer to becoming a reality with the release of concept art for the ‘Deliver-E’, Bollinger’s very own electric delivery van.
The Deliver-E will feature a variety of different battery pack configurations, with the maximum configuration delivering up to 321 kilometres on a single charge. Bollinger also say that its electric van would work for classes 2B, 3, 4, and 5 vans with battery packs ranging from 70 to 210 kWh depending on the range needs.
The Deliver-E features a 45-centimetre step-in height, which Bollinger claim is the lowest in the industry. This means the vehicle can be loaded and unloaded in a fraction of the time it would take to load any other delivery vehicle. The Deliver-E will also ship with universal charging ports for any power tools or appliances you may need to charge up while on the job.
Production on the Deliver-E is scheduled to start in 2022.
Image credit: Bollinger