Lordstown Motors Stories November 20

Karma Automotive decided to sue Lordstown Motors over what they allege is theft of technology.

It’s the latest drama in the electric vehicle industry, which has seen a spike in these kinds of lawsuits.

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Lordstown Motors Stories November 16

Lordstown (RIDE) says that it received 50,000 pre-orders for its “Endurance” electric pickup truck.

The company has released a corporate update with a few interesting pieces of news.

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Lordstown Motors Stories October 27

Lordstown Motors (RIDE) has officially gone public through a reverse merger and now people are betting on the startup delivering an electric pickup truck with in-wheel hub motors.

It’s a technology that has never been implemented in a passenger electric vehicle for consumers before.

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Lordstown Motors Stories September 25

Lordstown has revealed the interior of its upcoming Endurance electric pickup truck set for deliveries next year.

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Lordstown Motors Stories August 3

Electric pickup truck maker Lordstown Motors announced today a new deal to go public through a reverse merger at a $1.6 billion valuation.

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Lordstown Motors Stories July 30

Lordstown Motors has released a video of a working prototype of its electric pickup truck marketed as a vehicle for the “working man.”

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Lordstown Motors Stories June 25

Lordstown Motors has unveiled a working prototype of its Endurance pickup truck, which is equipped with 4 in-wheel motors. expand full story

Lordstown Motors Stories April 21

Lordstown Motors, an electric vehicle startup, is pushing its plan to deliver a $52,500 electric pickup truck to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. expand full story

Lordstown Motors Stories February 12

President Trump’s 2021 budget released Monday calls for canceling the Energy Department’s loan-guarantee program for advanced auto technology. In that program, Tesla in 2010 received a $465 million loan that helped the company produce the Model S, launching the company into the mainstream car market. Tesla’s loan was repaid in 2013.

Lordstown Motors was considering a $200 million loan from the same program – the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program (ATVM) – to develop an all-electric delivery vehicle and pickup.

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Lordstown Motors Stories November 21, 2019

Lordstown Motors, the company who is acquiring GM’s Lordstown factory, claims it is going to beat Tesla to market with an all-electric pickup.

They opened reservations the same day Tesla is unveiling its own pickup truck and they unveiled images as well. expand full story

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