Electric vehicle maker Bollinger Motors has revealed its all-electric B1 SUV and B2 pickup truck in an online event that took place on Thursday. The live unveiling happened via YouTube, getting the company one step closer towards production.

The two EVs will be built on Bollinger’s Class 3 truck platform, using what the company calls the “DNA” developed in 2017. The all-electric vehicles have off-road capabilities and are also road-legal throughout the world, Bollinger said.

The vehicles will come equipped with high and low range, a 15-inch clearance, 10-inch wheel travel, and pass-through door. Payload capacity on the SUV and pickup truck are 5,000 pounds each.

Powering the SUV and pickup truck are dual motors rated 614 horsepower with 668 pounds-per-feet of torque. The vehicles have a top speed of 100 mph and can hit 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, Bollinger said. The vehicles also have a 7,500-pound towing capacity.

For the development of the EVs Bollinger looked to “reinvent trucks, not just electrify them,” Robert Bollinger, founder and CEO of the company said after realizing the “shortcomings of traditional trucks on his farm.

“It was time we did something new,” he said. “I just wanted to build the best truck without compromise.”

Bollinger is competing with Tesla, Ford, and GM to release the first all-electric pickup truck. Bollinger said more details about pricing, manufacturing, and timing for the SUV and pickup truck would be announced in the coming months.

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Rocky Mountain Power President Richard Walje gets behind the wheel of an hybrid electric truck and looks at a display showing fuel mileage of 105mpg after an announcement of a new partnership between Rocky Mountain Power and Via Motors, an electric vehicle manufacturer, to produce the world's first hybrid extended range electric pickup truck in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 20, 2012. The truck is an hybrid electric version of the Chevy Silverado and averages over 100mpg. Reuters