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Discussion in 'Bollinger B1 SUT' started by Domenick, Oct 9, 2017.
I love that! It's as if you took a Tesla car and connected the frunk to the rear cargo area.
Really good look at the front suspension here. How it works, how it's put together. All that.
The level of design - and quality of execution of the Bollinger B1 is amazing.
The Bollinger crew just put out an 11-minute video that introduces the team and goes through the design and building of the original B1. If you're at all interested in this project, this is one to watch.
Bollinger has put out a number of videos since this last post. I wrote up the latest -- It gets a slight nose redesign -- and added another three that are all a good watch. I'll add them all here, but first, a screenshot of that new nose!
Hoping to see the B1 go into production soon.
It could be a while yet. I believe the target is by the end of next year.
That could be very soon, depending on your viewpoint!
Has it been confirmed that the battery pack will be heated but not cooled? That would be bad news for people who live in hot desert areas like me. I do not want to see the battery degrade as quickly as it does in a Nissan Leaf.
Looks like just a rumor to me. Just my opinion, of course.
I emailed firstname.lastname@example.org yesterday to ask about the battery cooling. I was told it will have active liquid cooling and heating.
Thanks for taking the initiative and sharing.
You can reserve one this year