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There are a few other simple lights on the dash, presumably for turn signals and warning lights. Below that are simple pull-knobs for controlling the HVAC, wipers, headlights, and rear differential lock. In the middle is a minimalist audio controller with volume, scan and mode buttons, and a button that says “Scan/Aps” implying Bluetooth functionality with owners’ phones for audio streaming. The dash material appears to be a brushed aluminum plate, with a perforated bar running along the top edge of the dash. It’s unknown whether these are HVAC vents or simply a stylistic flourish.
Some elements of the design bring to mind the Hummer H1, with the wide-set front bucket seats and prominent center console. This was likely done for packaging considerations, as well as enabling the Bollinger’s epic ground clearance. While many of us on staff are ambivalent about the future being dominated by electric vehicles, if we have a few like the Bollinger, we think we could be very happy.
Source: Bollinger Motors