The former GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio, made 16 million vehicles over 50 years before being shuttered in 2019. But Lordstown is being reborn, not just as a manufacturing facility, but as a car company — Lordstown Motors plans to produce its Endurance electric truck at the plant. Lordstown claims the Endurance will arrive with four hub-mounted electric motors, the first production vehicle to use the configuration, with a range of 260 miles on a full charge. Design renderings show a crew-cab truck with more a much more traditional styling and layout than the just-revealed Tesla Cybertruck, something Lordstown thinks will be an advantage. Specs are thin at the moment, but Lordstown expects to start delivering the Endurance in mid-to-late 2020.