Ohio EV startup Lordstown Motors has recently released interior renderings of its fully electric Endurance pickup truck.
Being an affordable vehicle for work purposes, the Lordstown Endurance does not feature the creative design of the cabin. It looks rather ordinary: no frills, just practicality.
We can see a simple steering wheel with a few buttons, long and narrow instrument cluster and infotainment display, the central console with basic settings, a place for a phone and cup holders.
The company unveiled this all-new model on June 25 at the event featured Vice President Mike Pence. The design and prototyping is developed in partnership with Californian Hydra Design Labs company.
The product is primarily aimed at the commercial market. Individuals will be able to purchase it too. The starting price is around $52,500.
The Lordstown Endurance has good market prospects, although it will get into a competitive environment. Currently preorders and LOIs (letters of intent) have surpassed the initial goal of 20,000 trucks in 2021.
The company plans to begin deliveries to customers next summer, according to the current info. Previously they set the on-sale time to late 2020 – early 2021.