The most recent video, seen above, was shot at the harrowing Engineer Pass, part of the Alpine Loop near Ouray, Colo. The trail reaches an elevation of 12,800 feet, taking the B1 across rocks, snow and water. Frankly, it looks like a lot of fun, and the B1 appears to have no troubles on the rugged terrain.
In addition to that video, Bollinger posted two short clips from Utah a couple weeks ago. The first is the B1 climbing a hill at Moab’s Fins ‘n’ Things Trail:
Also in Utah, Bollinger filmed the B1 playing in the sand:
The videos showcase the capability of the B1, which has an adjustable ride height, disconnecting anti-roll bars and big BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires. Bollinger says it already has more 10,000 reservations for the B1, which will be built here in the United States. Pricing has yet to be released.