An off-road electric vehicle (EV)? Sure Tesla's Model X has the power to go through a few inches deep in mud, but it's not specifically for plowing off-road. That's what Bollinger has in the works.

Set to launch in 2020, the B1 SUV and B2 pickup is Robert Bollinger's answer to the challenge of developing heavy-duty sports utility vehicles that rely solely on battery power.

The two vehicles feature a boxy aluminum design comparable to a Hummer -- even the 17-inch aluminum wheels are Hummer-like as its sourced from the same company that makes them. The electric-free doors, windows, and roof panels can be detached that converts the B1 to a pickup.

The B2, with a 4-foot 1-inch-wide by a 5-foot 9-inch-long bed, can be extended to fit 8-foot-long items by flipping up the rear window and folding down an "inner tailgate."

"I wanted a tool. Something I can use on my farm—a truck that can hold plywood and two-by-fours and have the kind of off-road capabilities that our most avid supporters want as well," Bollinger told Wired.

The vehicles are equipped with 614 hp and 688 lb-ft of torque, and both have payloads of over 5,000 pounds and can tow 7,500 pounds -- 2,500 more than Tesla. The B2 can go from 0-60 speed in just 4.5 seconds, and the maximum speed is at 100 miles per hour.

Bollinger will offer two battery packs for B1: a 60-kilowatt-hour battery pack and a 100-kW-hr.

With a 100-kW-hr battery, the vehicle can traverse 200 miles with a charging time of 12 hours on a Level 2 charge. While the 60-kW-hr battery can last up to 120 miles with a charging time of 7 hours.

Its rival Rivian also offers the same outdoor experience, with electric trucks that can match Bollingers' though Rivian has the advantage when it comes to the battery pack as it plans to incorporate a 180-kW-hr on its R1T pickup.

Bollinger told Fox News that he is targeting a price under $100,000 for the vehicles. Rivian, on the other hand, starts selling its R1T and R1S at $70,000.

Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe and his R1T
Tesla Cybertruck is finally launching a few days from now but it remains to be seen how it will fair with Rivian R1T Truck. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Rivian