The network got curious renderings of the Rivian RV ConceptOctober 19, 2019
The young American company Rivian, which specializes in particular in the creation of electric models, clearly does not plan to “give in” to its more “older” competitors.
So, for example, the latest concepts of the R1T pickup truck and Rivian SUV from Rivian, in the case of its serial launch, can become excellent electric models with a rich off-road potential. This is the set that customers appreciate today. The designers of the foreign portal motor1.com decided to show how the future electric novelty from Rivian might have looked, combining all the best qualities of the brand’s models. The car depicted on the renderers is called the Rivian RV. In the exterior of this van, individual elements of the brand’s current corporate identity are guessed. One of the most striking is minimalism.
The spectacular RIVIAN inscription on a glossy black substrate is also noteworthy. This we have not seen on any of the presented Rivian concept cars. But the branded oval headlights located strictly vertically (we saw them on the R1T and R1S) were replaced here with round LED ones.
Speaking about the “vitality” of the Rivian RV van, experts recalled the brand’s recent partnership with Ford, which opens up new opportunities for the young but promising brand, including RV. Recall, as a result of cooperation between the two brands, a new electric car using the EV Rivian platform should appear. With this in mind, experts suggested that the Ford Transit could serve as a good basis for the Rivian RV, whose renders were shown above. In any case, Rivian in the near future plans to bring to the market its electric models R1T and R1S.
Recall that earlier our portal talked about how Rivian electric cars will teach to charge each other. For this, the brand came up with a special cable.
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