Rivian Automotive Stories November 29

Following the unveiling of the Rivian R1T all-electric pickup truck, we took a closer look at what is becoming one of the most anticipated EVs scheduled to come out in the next two years.

Here’s a ton of pictures, videos, and GIFs of the Rivian R1T, and why I ordered one. expand full story

Rivian Automotive Stories November 26

After almost a decade of operating in a certain level of stealth, Rivian Automotive is coming out in a big way today by unveiling its all-electric pickup truck: the Rivian R1T.

They are promising some unbelievable specs that would compete with any gas-powered pickup truck on the market. expand full story

Rivian Automotive Stories November 16

Rivian’s electric vehicles have been almost 10 years in the making, and yet, they have very little hype about them. That might change soon as they start teasing their electric pickup truck ahead of this month’s unveiling. expand full story

Rivian Automotive Stories May 24

Rivian Automotive has a much lower profile than what we are used to in the EV startup world, but we are starting to learn more about their plans to produce all-electric vehicles in the US and it’s certainly starting to get interesting.

Earlier this year, we reported that they plan to build all-electric pickup trucks and SUVs on the same platform.

Now we learn more about the specs and pricing of those trucks from a new report. expand full story

Rivian Automotive Stories January 19

Rivian Automotive has a much lower profile than what we are used to in the EV startup world, but we are starting to learn more about their plans to produce all-electric vehicles in the US and it’s certainly starting to get interesting.

We now learn that they plan to build all-electric pickup trucks and SUVs by 2020. expand full story

Rivian Automotive Stories January 9, 2017

While in stealth mode since its inception in 2009 by founder and CEO RJ Scaringe, a MIT graduate, the electric vehicle startup Rivian Automotive has been known in Illinois since last year because of talks to take over the shuttered Mitsubishi plant in Normal, Illinois.

The company confirmed that they closed the deal last week and they will be moving forward with their plans to modernize the facility and get it ready for production of their first electric car in 2019. expand full story

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