The Lordstown Endurance electric pickup will go into production soonDecember 23, 2019
The American model will be ahead of the acclaimed pickup truck Ilona Mask Tesla Cybertruck and will go on sale at the end of next year.
For the first time, the novelty was shown only last month, but the other day, company representatives said that the car will be on sale in November 2020, while Tesla Cybertruck will be available to customers no earlier than the end of 2021. This was made possible through the acquisition by GM of a fully-equipped plant in the US city of Lordstown (Ohio), stopped after the cessation of production of Chevrolet Cruze in March this year.
Recall that the Lordstown Endurance electric car is a full-size pickup truck with a 5-seater cabin, a front luggage compartment, like on Tesla cars, and a 120 W and 30 A outlet on the outside for connecting electrical equipment. It is expected that the production model will be driven by four motor wheels with a total output of 600 hp. The battery of the model will allow you to drive up to 320 km without recharging, and a full charge will be carried out in 1.5 hours. The maximum speed is limited to 128 km / h.
Lordstown positions its Endurance as a commercial model. It is worth noting that future innovations in the person of Rivian R1T, Tesla Cybertruck and Bollinger B2 are aimed at ordinary customers. Its real rivals are the Ford F-series, Chevrolet Silverado and Ram 1500. With comparable retail prices, Lordstown is promised three times cheaper to maintain.
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