The first photos of the interior of the electric pickup Lordstown Endurance appearedJuly 16, 2020
Lordstown Motors has released two interior photos of the all-electric Endurance pickup, which debuted this June.
Judging by the photo, the model received a fairly simple steering wheel with several buttons, a long, narrow block that combines the dashboard and multimedia system, and also a center console with space for a mobile phone and cup holders.
It should be emphasized that the design of the electric pickup was developed together with specialists from the Californian firm Hydra Design Labs.
Lordstown Motors, in particular, said that the first Endurance deliveries are scheduled for next summer. Thus, the company is postponing the delivery date for the second time, for the first time it was postponed to January 2021, while initially it was planned to transfer the pickups to customers in December 2020.
The manufacturer has reportedly received over 20,000 pre-orders for Lordstown Endurance.
In addition, recently it became known that the Toyota Tacoma pickup remains the leader in sales in the United States. So, from January to June of this year, the Japanese company sold 104,698 units. Tacoma.
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