Amazon said its electric vans from Rivian prioritize safety with advanced features while aiming to reduce emissions.
The facility will be equipped to manage vehicle deliveries, along with maintenance and repairs for Rivian vehicles.
With the addition of Rivian, there are now 30 eligible vehicle models that can be enrolled in Autocharge+.
Tenneco was selected to provide intelligent suspension and anti-vibration performance materials for Rivian Automotive.
Tesla is showing the expected signs of shedding market share as more entrants arrive with their own EV contributions.
Mercedes-Benz Vans and Rivian are initiating a strategic partnership to cooperate on the production of electric vans. The companies say they intend to establish a new joint venture manufacturing company with the purpose of investing in, and operating, a factory in Europe to produce large electric vans for both Mercedes-Benz Vans and Rivian, starting in
Last-mile is a natural fit for EVs because defined routes can be planned to maximize range and recharging opportunities.
Rivian recently opened three fast-charging sites in Colorado and California, the first deployments in its nationwide “Rivian Adventure Network.” These Level 3 DC fast-charging sites will initially provide over 200 kilowatts of power, allowing Rivian drivers to add as much as 140 miles of range in just 20 minutes, the company says. The first Rivian
Amazon expects thousands of its custom EVs will be in more than 100 cities by the end of this year.
Amsted Automotive Group says it has developed an E-axle solution that launched in the new electric vehicle lineup from Rivian Automotive. The Dynamic Controllable Clutch (DCC), an electro-mechanical E-axle disconnect system, addresses the need for new torque-management solutions for EVs, providing seamless shifting technology and performance, while significantly extending the battery range, the company says.
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The Georgia facility will be capable of producing up to 400,000 vehicles per year, Rivian says.