Lordstown posts narrower loss, pushes pickup production to later in 2022

Shares of Lordstown Motors Corp. traded decrease within the prolonged session Thursday after the electric-vehicle maker reported a narrower quarterly loss and stated manufacturing of its Endurance electrical pickup truck will start in earnest slightly later than it had deliberate.


stated it misplaced $96 million, or 54 cents a share, within the third quarter, in contrast with a lack of $42 million, or 57 cents a share, within the year-ago interval.

FactSet consensus known as for a lack of 59 cents a share. Lordstown is a pre-revenue firm. The inventory slid 10% in after-hours buying and selling, after rallying 24% within the common session forward of the earnings report.

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Business manufacturing and deliveries of the Endurance will start within the third quarter of subsequent 12 months, with a “restricted quantity” of autos for testing, validation, verification and regulatory approvals constructed this 12 months and the primary quarter of 2022, Lordstown stated.

The corporate beforehand had focused the commercial start of production and sales for the second quarter of 2022.

The corporate guided for money balances between $150 million and $180 million as of Dec. 31, 2021, together with a deliberate down fee of $100 million for its plant, which is being offered to Taiwan’s Foxconn

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Lordstown stated it expects capital bills between $330 million and $350 million this 12 months, down from $375 million to $400 million.

The EV maker late Wednesday announced that it had sealed a deal with Foxconn, the Taiwanese contract electronics maker also called Hon Hai Expertise Group, to promote its Ohio plant for $230 million.

Foxconn has agreed to make the $100 million down fee on the manufacturing facility by Nov. 18, with further $50 million down funds on Feb. 1 and no later than April 15 and the stability is due at closing, the businesses stated.

“The third quarter marked a big strategic shift for Lordstown Motors,” Chief Government Dan Ninivaggi stated in an announcement accompanying the quarterly outcomes.

The take care of Foxconn “will unlock the great potential of the Lordstown automotive plant” and can allow Lordstown to cut back the prices of bringing the Endurance to market and to collectively develop autos, Ninivaggi stated. “Working collaboratively with Foxconn, we anticipate to have the ability to convey future autos to market quicker and extra effectively.”

Lordstown shares ended the common buying and selling day up 23%.

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