Two electric trucks that Bollinger planned to launch have been postponed "indefinitely"
In a statement, company CEO Robert Bollinger said:

“We’ve put countless hours of hard work and passion into making something that makes us proud. However, today, we’re postponing the consumer trucks’ development and shifting our focus to commercial trucks and fleets.”

Robert Bollinger added, “Next week, we’ll be in contact with those who’d put down deposits for B1 and B2 to arrange refunds.”

Now, with a firm focus on commercial vehicles, what can we expect to see form the EV maker in the coming years?

Well, according to the CEO, this will mean a shift in focus to “electric platforms for commercial Classes 3-6.”

This means transferring the electrical knowhow from its pickup and SUV into four different commercial trucks. Specifications are slim on the ground for now, but according to the company website, the four trucks should all be capable of 200+ miles of range on a single charge.