When Tesla introduced its fastest electric car everyone was amazed. All automobile manufacturers started seeing the future in a different way. 130+ Years of fuel ran cars have started seeing its end point. But EV’s has it’s own problems. Lack of power, recharging facilities, etc. When this was being discussed Rivian solved all the problems and introduced their first SUV. Rivian founder and CEO RJ Scaringe with the RS1 SUV. The company plans to begin building both vehicles in late 2020 at a former Mitsubishi factory in Normal, Illinois. Rivian Automotive made a positive impact at yet another major auto show. Jalopnik’s Jason Torchinsky (who claims to be a “vehicular packaging fetishist”) got a chance to check out the Detroit-based electric automaker’s R1T pickup truck He was fascinated by it and said it might be the best vehicular packaging “experiment or method” he’s seen to date.
The futuristic R1T is an all-electric pickup truck from new American startup brand Rivian, and it promises more than 400 miles of driving range and acceleration times comparable with those of a supercar. The company says that the revealed truck is no concept vehicle—what you see here is what will enter production in roughly two years as the 2021 Rivian R1T. At 215.6 inches long, the crew-cab-only R1T splits the difference in size between mid-size pickups such as the new Ford Ranger and full-size trucks such as the Ram 1500.
What makes the Rivian different from other companies is the software that runs on this vehicle
Check out the video of Rivian R1T