Lordstown Motors - Pickup first vechicle for 2021

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Looks like another player jumping into the water. It's all vapor for now, but big promises. One of the most amazing things I find about this article is that it was written without even mentioning Tesla. They seem to have a handle on it and competition is good, personally I don't find it a bad looking truck, but from what you find in this article there is nothing that makes it compelling other than it will be 4 motors, one per wheel.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/detroit-three-competitor-electric-pickup-115442711.html
 

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In some ways, not being CyberTruck is compelling for a fair sized group of buyers I'm guessing. They are probably looking for traditional work trucks that don't attract too much attention, can be outfitted (probably) with standard tool boxes, caps and such..

CyberTruck is cool but for us to get an EV truck, it needs to be more traditional and also smaller like what a Tacoma used to be like.