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Aug 3 (Reuters) - Lordstown Motors has agreed to go public through a merger with blank-check company DiamondPeak Holdings in a deal that values the electric pickup truck start-up at $1.6 billion, the companies said on Monday.

The combined company will be called Lordstown Motors Corp following the closure of the deal in the fourth quarter and will trade on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "RIDE," the companies said.

A blank-check company is a shell company that raises money through an initial public offering to buy an operating entity, typically within two years.

A bunch of electric vehicle makers including Nikola Corp and Fisker have either gone public or are planning to list their shares through mergers with blank-check companies this year.

"Lordstown ... has a transformational product and business plan in what are two of the most valuable areas of focus and tremendous opportunity in the auto sector - electric vehicles and light duty trucks," DiamondPeak Chief Executive David Hamamoto said on a conference call. "Lordstown has attracted a clear lane of customers in the commercial fleet segment of the market."

Lordstown has been working on a new full-size electric pickup truck called Endurance and last year hired Rich Schmidt, a former director of manufacturing at Tesla Inc, as chief production officer.

The company said the truck is aimed at the U.S. commercial fleet market, with initial production expected in the second half of 2021. The Endurance will have an electric driving range of 250 miles and a price tag of $45,000 net of a federal tax credit, Lordstown CEO Steve Burns said on the call.

Lordstown expects to receive about $675 million of gross proceeds from the deal and will use the funds for the production of the new truck, which has secured $1.4 billion worth of pre-orders, the company said.

The deal includes investments by General Motors and institutional investors, including Fidelity Management and Research Company LLC, Wellington Management Company LLP, Federated Hermes Kaufmann Small Cap Fund, and funds and accounts managed by BlackRock, among others, Lordstown said. (Reporting by Ankit Ajmera in Bengaluru and Ben Klayman in Detroit; Editing by Anil D'Silva and Steve Orlofsky)
 
20.08.20 14:07 #4 einer der wichtigsten Vorteile gegenüber
der Konkurrenz


"Key Considerations

1. They have an Auto Plant: While NKLA and SPAQ currently lack the infrastructure to manufacture vehicles, Lordstown acquired a 6.2 million square foot assembly plant from General Motors, that is outfitted with equipment that was most recently used to manufacture the Chevy Cruze and has a combined replacement value of approximately $3 billion."




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26.08.20 16:26 #5 wird hoffentlich das gleiche ipo muster
sieht bisher gut aus.

allein die Fabrik im Wert von 3Mrd. sollte sich irgendwo wiederspiegeln. der Auftragsbestand hat ja auch schon Mrd. Grösse.

toitoitoi  
27.08.20 19:28 #6 Umsatz
Haben die schon was verkauft?  
28.08.20 09:09 #7 ein weiterer Vorteil von Lordstown Motors ist
dass die auch politisch unterstützt werden.
Zum Reveal waren der Vizepräsident und der Energieminister da, um die Werbetrommel für "amerikanische Arbeitsplätze" zu rühren. "Voltage Valley" ist der Slogan. Die Unterstützung aus EE-Finanztöpfwn ist somit so gut wie sicher und wird auf 250Mio. beziffert.


 
11.09.20 20:48 #8 FOMO all over the palce
14.09.20 18:43 #9 da wird wohl durch die misere bei nikola
zu lordstown umgeschichtet.

Soll mir recht sein :D  
14.09.20 19:01 #10 aktuelle MK 864mio€$
Bewertungen schwanken zwischen 1,5 und 3Mrd.

Da geht noch was.  
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