Rivian also utilizes its own in-housed-developed skateboard chassis, but its vehicle design approach is quite different from Bollinger, which has opted for a more utilitarian theme reminiscent of old school Land Rovers. Pricing for the B1 and B2 will begin at $125,000 and the company is currently accepting orders for both by way of a $1,000 deposit.
Customers who require a serious work vehicle will be attracted to the B1 and B2 for a number of reasons, among them their 7,500-pound towing capacity, payloads of up to 5,201 pounds, 15-inches of ground clearance, 52-degree approach angle and 43-degree departure angle, and a near 50:50 weight distribution. Total output is a claimed 614 horsepower and 666 lb-ft of torque. Zero to 62 mph will take just 4.5 seconds and a 200-mile driving range is promised.
The first deliveries should get underway next year.
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