About 32,000 people have signed up for a new truck from a metro Detroit – but it isn’t from a well-known automaker – yet.
“I think filling need for what trucks can’t do. They have a lot of luxury but off-road capability, storage capability, a whole new way of looking at trucks is believe what we have created here,” said Robert Bollinger.
“They both have 120 kWh packs. And tons of capability, tons of off-road capability. Similar DNA to the two door B1 that we created a couple of years ago. We’re all about trucks we’re all about Off-road and we’re all about storage,” he said.
“Our pickup truck which has a standard bed size, four-door, has a 6-foot bed that converts to an 8-foot bed so you can hold 4 x 8 sheets of plywood, it’s a class three truck so it holds 5000 pounds of plywood if you want to. So it’s capability, it’s electric but it has incredible capabilities that you would expect to have an electric,” he said.
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