The new vehicle will make its debut on June 25, 2020 at the Lordstown plant in Ohio.
Vice President Mike Pence attends the event, which will be live-streamed for viewers at noon eastern daylight time.
The Lordstown Endurance will enter the growing segment of electric pickup trucks. This is a unique vehicle due to its four in-wheel hub electric motors, a true four-wheel-drive model for five occupants.
The maker claims its peak output achieves 600 hp. The EPA-rated driving range is 250+ miles. The top speed is 80 mph (128 kph).
The Lordstown Endurance can tow 7,500 lbs. The battery capacity is still a secret, the company will shed light on it in a few hours.
The pickup’s price starts at $52,500. Deliveries to commercial fleet customers should begin early next year. Private consumers will have their vehicles in late 2021.
Picture: Official Teaser of Lordstown Motors