So, I was initially interested in this, and considered hub motors to be a better design (fewer parts, meaning cheaper and less chances of parts failing)... until I learned about unsprung weight (only really an issue if pushing the truck for speed on non-ideal terrain/roads) and the max 80mph limit (I can't find this now, seems to have been scrubbed off the website). I guess if individual use case doesn't require the previously stated issues, then sure, seems alright. Also remembering that it only did ~40 miles in the San Felipe 250 in Baja (disclaimer: this is a punishing race, and I don't have enough data to make a meaningful comparison here, my initial thought was only 40 miles on a 250 mile rated truck is bad, but again I'm not able to compare here).
I think the higher wheel weight problems will be difficult to solve, plus having high voltage cables connected to each wheel that is bouncing down the road and splashing in puddles seems like another difficult problem.
From everything I've read (and it's been a little while), this truck may not ever make it to market. Lordstown was in shambles, both structurally and financally. And the truck itself looks pretty meh. I don't see it ever having a significant market share, even if it does eventually become a reality.