Lordstown Motors Corporation is an American automobile manufacturer of electric vehicles. Lordstown Motors is located in Lordstown, Ohio, United States, in the former Lordstown Assembly which belonged to General Motors.
Lordstown Motors Corporation was founded by Steve Burns, former CEO of Workhorse Group, based in Loveland, Ohio, which developed battery electric powertrains for UPS delivery trucks (United Parcel Service).
On November 7, 2019, Lordstown Motors became the owner of the Lordstown plant, after signing a sales agreement with automaker General Motors in May 2019.
The Lordstown Endurance is an all-wheel-drive, 100% electric pick-up (double cabin with separate bucket). It has one electric motor at each wheel.
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- An Electric Pickup Truck Brings New Energy To Lordstown, Ohio (NPR profile, with photos)