Tag: Lordstown Motors

Not Feeling the Cybertruck Love? GM and Lordstown Motors Ask That You Consider Something Less Avant-garde

From the Mustang Mach-E to the Cybertruck in a matter of days. What a week it’s been. While the verdict is still coming in on Tesla’s, um, interesting take on an electric pickup, an auto giant and an upstart automaker that just bought a big assembly plant are happy to offer an alternative. Of course, […]

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Lordstown Lost: General Motors Offloads Shuttered Chevy Cruze Plant

That didn’t take long. With General Motors now in possession of a ratified four-year labor agreement, a plant the automaker closed down earlier this year, and one it had no intention of restoring to its past glory, is out of its hands. Ohio’s Lordstown Assembly, which fell victim to dwindling passenger car sales (by the […]

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G.M. Is Selling Lordstown Plant

Two weeks after reaching a new labor contract with its union workers, General Motors has sold the Lordstown, Ohio, factory that was a key issue in the contract talks and the 40-day strike the company endured. G. M. sold the factory for an undisclosed sum to Lordstown Motors, a start-up that plans to hire some […]

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