Teknisimobil.com – Greetings, Indonesian Car Technicians, how are you all today? Hopefully all is well and the work or trouble at each workshop has been completed so that the weeknight is not disturbed. To complete this afternoon I will share the news about Lordstown Motors Electric Truck Orders which have reached 40 thousand orders. Here’s the full news.
Lordstown Motors Electric Truck Orders Totaling 40K
The interior of an Endurance electric pickup truck from Lordstown Motors made its first appearance last Wednesday. Apart from showcasing the interior, the company also confirmed that it has received a 40K order for the car. In fact, they are already starting to make deliveries at the end of next summer.
The photo above is one that Lordstown released. In the photo it appears that the design is quite simple but a technological requirement for a pickup truck. All parts of the company are in accordance with the plan to use Endurance as a work truck for commercial fleets. The Endurance obviously has one horizontal screen running from about half the length of the dashboard. The choice I think is the right choice over conventional instrument clusters and infotainment screens. There are also a number of analog controls clustered at the bottom along with what looks like a rotary gear.
In June, there was no official disclosure of the interior appearance. This turned out to be more of a political demonstration than the exposing of their vehicle.
The Endurance’s performance is pretty cool with 600 horsepower coming from the four-wheel hub motor. Meanwhile, the Endurance’s battery can cover a distance of 250 miles.
The Lordstown construction was an attempt to save the former General Motors factory in the city of Ohio. The CEO of Lordstown is Steve Burns who previously also ran another company, Workhorse. While he was running Workhorse, he developed the electric delivery van and plug-in hybrid pickup truck that went by the name W-15.
With that background, Steve Burns likely based Endurance on the results of his old work while at Workhorse. However, this is not unusual and it is not a problem for an early development.