Lordstown Endurance electric pickup will get motor wheels



The company’s first Lordstown Endurance battery is the first commercial four-wheel-drive commercial vehicle. A similar scheme has still not found widespread use, although attempts have been repeatedly made. Among the advantages brought outside the body of electric motors: fewer moving parts and a more accurate dosage of torque on each wheel.

In total, the power plant of the pickup will produce 608 horsepower. The declared range is at least 322 kilometers. The battery can be filled up to 95 percent in 10 hours from alternating current and in 0.5-1.5 hours from constant. The maximum speed Endurance will be 128 kilometers per hour.

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