Lordstown Motors took the wraps off their Endurance electric pickup truck at their plant in Lordstown, Ohio, boldly stating the goal of being the first electric truck to market sometime in 2021. While it didn't have the glitz and glamour of Tesla's Cybertruck reveal, Lordstown Motors CEO Steve Burns clearly set some ambitious goals, not including entering production within a year. According to Burns, the Endurance will be the top the handling, safety, and range categories — of any pickup ever built. Details were thin, but the truck will be the first production EV with four hub-mounted motors making 600 horsepower, a range of 250 miles, a 7,500-pound payload, and top out at 80 MPH. Lordstown is taking $100 deposits and claims 14,000 pre-orders.