The Lordstown Complex was a General Motors automobile factory in Lordstown, Ohio from 1966 to 2019, comprising three facilities: Vehicle Assembly, Metal Center, and Paint Shop. Lordstown is near Youngstown

Lordstown was best known[according to whom?] for building compact cars for Chevrolet, building the Vega/Monza, Cavalier, Cobalt, Cruze, and their rebadged variants, mostly for Pontiac. The plant also built the Chevrolet van and its GMC variant (Handi-Bus/Handi-Van, Rally Van and Vandura) until 1995.[citation needed]

In November 2019, the plant was sold to Lordstown Motors[1] which plans to manufacture an electric pickup truck called the Lordstown Endurance there.[2] US$40 million of the purchase price was loaned to Lordstown Motors by GM.[3]