Bollinger's B2 is mechanically similar to its B1 SUV.

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The longer bed of the B2 allows it to swallow significantly more cargo than the shorter B1.

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The Bollinger's height-adjustable suspension should make loading and unloading it easy.

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The Bollinger is replete with tailgates, including one in the rear, one on the hood as well as swinging rear glass.

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One of the Bollinger's party tricks is its incredibly long pass-through for long loads.

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Bollinger says that the B2 can carry a max of 72 4-foot by 8-foot sheets of plywood.

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Aesthetically, there is little difference between the B1 and B2.

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The B2 benefits from increased overall length, adding to cargo capacity.

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Both the B1 and B2 should prove to be incredibly capable off-road. Click through for a few more pics from Bollinger.

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