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Commercial production and deliveries of Lordstown Motors' all-electric pickup called the Endurance is once again being pushed back, the company said Thursday.
Shares of Lordstown Motors Corp. traded lower in the extended session Thursday after the electric-vehicle maker reported a narrower quarterly loss and said production of its Endurance electric pickup truck will begin in earnest a little later than it had planned.
Automotive company Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ: RIDE) reported its third-quarter financial results after close Thursday and provided a company update on its timeline. What Happened: Lordstown reported a net loss of $95.8 million in the third quarter and no revenue.
Lordstown Motors Corp on Thursday delayed next year's launch of its Endurance electric pickup truck by a quarter, citing parts and materials shortages and other supply-chain issues.
LORDSTOWN, Ohio, Nov. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lordstown Motors Corp. (Nasdaq: RIDE), (“Lordstown Motors” or “LMC”), a provider of electric light duty trucks focused on the commercial fleet market, today released its third quarter 2021 financial results, and provided a business and financial outlook update.
News of the automaker's agreement with Foxconn drove optimism higher.
Lordstown Motors Corp. (NASDAQ:RIDE) shares are trading higher Thursday after the company and Foxconn announced a definitive asset purchase agreement for the Lordstown Motors facility in Lordstown, Ohio. The company will sell the facility to Foxconn.