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Why The Bollinger Deliver-E Looks Nothing Like The Truck Or SUV

Creating an all-new platform is no small task, but Bollinger will not go it alone. Moreover, the Deliver-E could even be made outside of Michigan.

“We will be announcing our partner for the Deliver-E soon,” said Bollinger, hinting that his company could outsource production for its new van. Assembly for the B1 and B2 truck and SUV will take place in Detroit, but the Deliver-E will use a different, still-to-be-confirmed production center. Ford currently dominates the commercial van space with its E-Series and Transit models, but Bollinger hopes to capture a small segment of customers, likely suburban-based business, who could make great use of a zero-emissions electric van with Class 3 weight capacities.


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