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Friday, 1 October 2021

Foxconn buys Lordstown's Ohio EV factory for $280 million, wants to become the Android of electric cars


Recently, the Taiwanese company purchased Lordstown Motors Corp.'s electric truck factory in Ohio. The deal is valued at $280 million, and will allow the struggling EV startup to stay afloat, while Foxconn gets to have its first ever EV factory. The latter company will also build Lordstown Motors' electric pickup...

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