- EV startup Rivian has announced it will roll out 600 charging stations across the United States and Canada by the end of 2023 just for Rivian R1S and R1T owners.
- The “Adventure Network” will feature about 3500 DC fast chargers spread across those 600 stations, compared to more than 16,000 chargers at 1000 North American Supercharger stations in Tesla’s growing worldwide network.
- Rivian is also installing more than 10,000 individual Level 2 chargers around the country that won’t be tied to a Rivian network and can be used by any EV with the J1772 plug.
Electric-vehicle startup Rivian announced this week that it is rolling out a North American “Adventure Network.” The charging network will be for the exclusive use of owners of its upcoming R1S and R1T EVs. In structure and in planned scope, it looks similar to Tesla’s Supercharger network.
Rivian promises 600 charging stations by the end