“If we fail to scale our business operations or otherwise manage future growth effectively as we attempt to rapidly grow our company, we may not be able to produce, market, service and sell or lease our vehicles successfully,” the report reads. It also points out “uncertainties related to litigation, regulatory actions and government investigations and inquiries.”
Another area of concern is possible exposure to liability for infringing upon other companies’ intellectual property rights, though the report states the company is “not aware of any patents and trademarks which would cause our products or their use to infringe on any third parties… we cannot be certain that infringement has not or will not occur.”
Production of the Lordstown Endurance is slated to begin this September and there’s been no indication so far that’ll change. But a lot can happen between now and then.