GM Lordstown Meeting plant offered to Lordstown Motors

DETROIT – Basic Motors mentioned it has sold its Lordstown Assembly plant in Ohio after idling the plant March 8.

GM offered the 6.2 million-square-foot facility to an funding group known as Lordstown Motors, which is backed by electrical truck maker Workhorse Group.

The quantity of the sale shouldn’t be being disclosed neither is a start-up date for manufacturing.

Lordstown Motors mentioned it should construct the Endurance electrical pickup utilizing elements licensed from Workhorse. The Endurance is designed for fleet gross sales, the corporate mentioned, and is a light-weight, all-wheel drive automobile with a low middle of gravity.

The Endurance is the most recent electrical pickup within the works. Tesla will debut its electrical pickup dubbed “Cybertruck” Nov. 21. Rivian is constructing an electrical truck due close to year-end. GM has mentioned it should make investments $three billion in Detroit-Hamtramck to construct an electrical pickup and different electrical vehicles, probably reviving the Hummer model there. 

Author: Maxwell C.

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