Workhorse Reports: GM Lordstown Plant Has New Owner In Cincinnati Entrepreneur By Ann Thompson • Nov 7, 2019 TIM RUDELL / WKSU Multiple media sources are reporting Lordstown Motors owner, Cincinnati's Steve Burns, plans to make electric trucks for fleets at GM's plant in Lordstown, which shuttered in March. What Cincinnati CEO Will Do If He Buys GM Lordstown By Ann Thompson • May 20, 2019 Workhorse Steve Burns is a man of big ideas. In December 2017 he proudly showed off Workhorse's electric pick-up truck to WVXU, was perfecting drone delivery off the company's electric delivery trucks and touted his personal flying machine. Now he is planning to buy the GM Lordstown plant. President Trump Says Loveland Company Will Make Electric Trucks At Lordstown GM Plant By Ann Thompson • May 8, 2019 Ann Thompson / WVXU Updated: 2:15 p.m. In a series of tweets, President Trump has announced the Loveland company Workhorse is buying GM's idled Lordstown plant and will start manufacturing electric trucks there. Local Personal Flying Machine On Its Way To The Consumer Electronics Show By Ann Thompson • Dec 11, 2017 provided Listen Listening... / 4:02 Born out of a dream to avoid traffic jams, Workhorse CEO Steve Burns has built an electric helicopter. The Loveland company known for its electric delivery trucks will show off its personal flying machine at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.