Lordstown Introduces New Endurance Electric PickupJune 26, 2020
After a long ad campaign, Lordstown Motors officially unveiled its Endurance pickup truck.
Designed for commercial users, the pickup has a fairly traditional design that contrasts sharply with the wedge-shaped Cybertruck. In the front part there is a completely enclosed grille, which is surrounded by ventilation holes with narrow head optics. The model also has a convex hood and plastic body trim.
If you move further back, the rear LED lights are combined in a line that runs along the entire body of the car, and is also duplicated at the bottom of the back cover of the cargo platform. We also note the presence of built-in steps on the rear bumper, a spoiler on the roof of the cab, as well as massive wheels with a unique design.
The truck presented today was the first prototype, as the coronavirus pandemic caused Lordstown to deviate from the schedule, and road trials would only begin at the end of summer. This is not the only problem, since design and development will not be completed until 2021. This suggests that the previously announced launch date in January 2021 will be rescheduled.
Unfortunately, the company had nothing more to say about the truck, except that it was “designed with the features that are needed, such as exporting electricity, allowing workers to connect power tools at the workplace without the need for a portable generator. or leave the pickup truck working. ” Lordstown also said that they received 20,000 pre-orders for the model.
It is reported that the new pickup will be equipped with four electric motors located in the wheel, which will give a total power of 600 hp. From zero to hundreds, the model can accelerate in 5.5 seconds, and the cruising range will be 402 km. The price of the new product starts at 52.5 thousand dollars.
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