Take a look at the Lordstown Endurance EV truck interior. These detailed images show the overall style, materials, digital / touch screens, and some parts that may be shared with a Chevy Silverado pickup truck.
While Lordstown is a separate company from General Motors, they did purchase the GM factory in Lordstown, Ohio in order to produce the Endurance pickup truck. As such, it may make sense if the Endurance truck may share some parts with GM trucks. The image above shows a turn-signal and windshield wiper stock that is very similar to that in the previous Chevy Silverado pickup trucks.
The images you see here are of a prototype truck. The final production interior materials and fit/finish may change a bit. However, it provides a good idea of how the Lordstown designers will layout the truck.
The overall interior theme is very simple and straight-forward. The driver has three digital screen in the front. These show anything from the current speed, state of battery charge, a weather report, the state of the 4-wheel-drive system, and Apple Car Play interface for device integration and infotainment.
The large center console has a rotary dial and buttons to help control some of the truck’s features. The lower part of the center dash houses the climate system controls.
The Endurance pickup truck will use four in-hub electric motors. As such, it is said to provide a precise all-wheel-drive or 4×4 capability. One of the information screens shows that 90% of the power is allocated to the rear motors and 10% to front. We do not have all of the official specifications yet, but we can presume that power and torque can vary front to back and side to side during on-road and off-road driving.
The company says that they received 40,000 pre-orders for the Endurance truck. These pre-orders can be canceled of delayed. The starting price of this truck is listed at $52,500.
The company also has entered into a binding agreement with DiamondPeak Holdings Corp in order to take the company public on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “RIDE”. This is expected to complete in October 2020. The publicly-traded company will be called Lordstown Motors Corp.
Here is everything else we know about the truck in the video below.