GM and startup Lordstown Motors promise to release electric pickups

GM and startup Lordstown Motors promise to release electric pickups

November 22, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Pre-orders for future “green” news have already started. They are going to show the first electric pickup already in 2020, but the electric car will have to wait another year for the market debut.

More recently, we talked about how Lordstown Motors electric startup bought a GM plant in Ohio. Now it’s become known that the company is continuing its booming business: pre-orders for the 2021 Lordstown Endurance electric pickup have started. The size of the deposit is 1,000 dollars. But the minimum price tag for a future electric pickup will reach $ 52,500. They promise to organize a debut at the end of 2020. While Lordstown Motors accepts applications for a novelty from organizations, however, it is available for pre-order to individuals.

 There are few technical details about the future electric pickup. The only thing mentioned in the media is that the pickup will receive a four-wheel drive system, which on this type of transport looks more advantageous in terms of performance and economy. But the proposed appearance of the new items reveals recent renders.

 In turn, GM CEO Mary Barra said that General Motors is going to bring its own electric pickup to the market. He was called by Mary Barra “a very capable truck.” On sale, he will appear in the fall of 2021.