Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe posted a video on Twitter.
The clip shows the cars of the company’s mobile service unit.
While theincreases production of R1T, R1S and EDV, must do something for their service as well. Like all electric car manufacturing companies, so does the has several ways to serves its customers for maintenance and repairs in their vehicles: The traditional way through of its service centers and through mobile repair/maintenance vehicles, that can come to the owner wherever they are. The engineers are informed of what is happening via Software Updates (Over The Air)depending on what needs to be done in the car.
Its founder and CEORJ Scaringe, takes us on a tour of the new fleet of service cars the company’s in the latest video he posted on Twitter. The clip was shot in Costa Mesa, California, the video reveals a small fleet of R1T service vehicles and EDV equipped with all the necessary tools to repair its electric vehicles
Scaringe introduces viewers to Phil, who is the most suitable to talk about Rivian’s service vehicles as he led the development team behind them. As expected, the Electric Delivery Van is an ideal repair vehicle, having plenty of room for all kinds of diagnostic and repair tools, including wheel and tire changing equipment and a crane that allows technicians to lift heavy objects.
Next, the video introduces the R1T service semi-truck, which is designed to reach customers located in even the most remote places thanks to its off-road capabilities.
Our mobile service fleet is expanding! Our Service R1T and Rivian Service Vans are specially equipped to handle most service needs and designed to reach our customers wherever they are!
— RJ Scaringe (@RJScaringe)
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