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Week 48 2018 - Rivian reveals the its electric pick-up
Illinois based electric vehicle start-up Rivian Automotive digitally revealed its first electric vehicle, the R1T electric pick-up. The quad powered electric sports utility truck is available from 2020, first in a 400mile version and then 12 months later in a 250-mile version. The two range options are equipped with either a 180kWh or a 135kWh battery pack. The Rivian R1T EV pick-up is available for a refundable deposit of $1,000 and is priced from $61,500 after applying the federal tax incentive. The Rivian R1T EV has a wading depth of 3 feet and extra trunk space of 330L in a gear tunnel.
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