Lordstown Motors authoritatively reported today that the initial two Endurance Betas moved off the assembling line.
It’s a significant achievement making progress toward starting production of the last version later this year – from September. The video shows the representative celebration at Lordstown Motors HQ.
Altogether, the organization plans to produce a series of 57 Beta trucks for a variety of tests, prior to being prepared to make client vehicles.
“This significant milestone — for the company and the EV industry — is a testament to the hard work, skill and work ethic of the 500 Lordstown Motors associates.
They are critical to our success as we push ahead producing the rest of our 57 Betas and dedicating our energies to beginning mass production this September.”
In April, Lordstown Motors will take part in the San Felipe 250 race, which will be a significant interesting significant public test of the Lordstown Endurance all-electric pickup. We are particularly inspired by the presentation and strength of the in-wheel motors.
The organization has something to demonstrate. Hindenburg Research questions numerous things, including the number of pre-orders. Something else to stress over is the generally little mileage of tests before the expected market launch of the last vehicle.
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