Lordstown Motors took the wraps off its all-electric Endurance pickup truck on Thursday, giving the world a look at the working prototype it expects to deliver in 2021.

Present at the unveiling was Vice President Mike Pence, who drove the truck on stage, along with Lordstown Motors Founder Steve Burns. The event was live-streamed and can be watched here.

The specs on the Endurance remain the same as what was previously released on the pickup truck, including a $52,500 price tag, over 250-mile driving range, and 600 peak horsepower.

The truck will also have a top speed of 80 mph and be able to hit grades of 30%. It will also include 120 V, 30 Amp, off-board power for tools and accessories, and a 7,500-pound towing capacity.

Separating the Endurance from its rivals is four in-wheel motors that have been integrated into wheels, along with custom in-hub motor brakes.

Lordstown had already opened reservations for the Endurance on its website with a $100 deposit, which Burns said was pre-sold for the first year of the company’s production run. Pence said during the presentation that 14,000 pre-orders had been booked.

During the introduction, Burns also said that Lordstown would be the first automaker to market with an electric pickup truck.

“We are going to beat everyone to market,” he said.

Lordstown will be competing with Tesla’s Cybertruck, Ford’s electrified F-150, GM’s GMC Hummer EV, Rivian’s R1T, and newcomer Nikola’s Badger pickup truck models to take that top spot.

Lordstown will produce the Endurance at its Lordstown, Ohio, production plant, which it purchased from General Motors in 2019.

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The electrified Endurance pickup truck from Lordstown Motor will be delivered in 2021. Lordstown Motors