Rivian R1T All-Electric Truck

Nov 26, 2018

Category: Rides

With the growing popularity of all-electric vehicles, we bet traditional vehicle manufacturers are shaking in their boots, or at least they should be. And now, nobody is exempt from the threat of this new technology — not even the makers behind off-roaders and overlanders — thanks to the unveiling of the Rivian R1T Truck.

With its appropriately futuristic design, the R1T is set to take the world of adventure vehicles by storm, as it’s an eco-friendly all-electric not tied down by the traditional limitations of other, similar cars, trucks, and SUVs. You see, this one has a whopping 400+ miles range per charge. That’s enough to go from San Francisco to Yosemite and back again. Of course, it’s also got the performance to match, thanks to a quartet of electric motors that give it 750-horsepower of all-wheel-drive and a 0-60 time of just three seconds. And if that’s not enough for you hardcore adventurers, it even boasts more onboard lockable storage than any other vehicle in its class — including the bed, under the hood (where a gas engine would normally rest), and a bored-out hideaway “gear tunnel” hidden between the cab and truck bed — and it can tow more than 11,000 pounds. Preorder this amazing and seemingly-limitless all-electric adventure truck now starting at $61,500.

Purchase: $61,500+

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