R. J. Scaringe first longed for beginning with Rivian, his vehicle organization when he was about 16 years old, during high school. Be that as it may, not at all like most young gearheads with a similar desire, Scaringe sponsored it up by examining designing at first. But soon his vision changed a little bit in 2007 while he was going to MIT’s renowned Sloan Automotive Lab. There he achieved a doctorate in mechanical designing and the abilities he would need to manufacture the vehicle he envisioned in his mind: “As I became increasingly aware of how many problems were born out of the automobile, geopolitical, climate, air quality, and more, it became a huge source of internal conflict for me,” he adds.
After graduating with his doctorate in 2009, Scaringe got back to Melbourne, Florida, where he established the organization that became Rivian. He and his group went through four years building up a speedster-like EV before Scaringe found what he thought was a glaring hole in electric vehicles and one that addressed his outdoorsy advantage. A truck and an extravagance SUV, that was the beginning of the R1T and the R1S.
Scaringe additionally went through about ten years building up its creative skateboard platform, a car body that contains the battery pack, suspension, electric engines for impetus, and a PC to control everything. At long last, in November 2018, Rivian revealed its two models at the Los Angeles Auto Show: The R1S, an electric SUV that seats seven, and the R1T, an electric pickup truck. The alleged “experience vehicles” resemble the adoration offspring of a Range Rover, robust, skilled, and vibrant. The automobiles are equipped with the most recent courtesies, for example, web network and a large group of driver-help security highlights.