- Rivian has just shared this video of the upcoming R1T electric pickup testing in the desert.
- The video shows the all-wheel-drive-truck taking on dirt tracks and crawling over rocks.
- The R1T is expected to begin production in 2021.
Rivian’s R1T electric pickup seems to be coming along well. The electric-vehicle startup shared a video today of the truck blasting around corners in the desert and even pulling off some rock crawling.[editoriallinks id='22191c19-7441-435b-9a77-76c04f8e9eab'][/editoriallinks]
The camouflaged Rivian truck was taken to the Arizona desert for off-road testing last weekend. The result is a lot of slow-motion shots of dirt being kicked into the air. Sadly the video does not show off the vehicle’s ability to pull off a tank turn.
The Rivian R1T is expected to hit production in 2021. It’ll have three battery capacities ranging from 105.0 to 180.0 kWh and a range of up to 400 miles. Pricing is expected to start at $70,500.