Customers of Rivian Automotive with membership may now await the arrival of new perks as the company announced its plans to add complementary charging and connectivity in LTE.
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TechCrunch has recently released a report from Engadget that Rivian Automotive has been getting ready to launch its first electric vehicles officially later this month with trucks of R1T coming from the line of assembly at its factory in Normal in Illinois.
The manufacturer of automotive vehicles from the United States founded by RJ Scaringe released on Thursday a program for membership that will allow its customers to charge their vehicles complementarily at its chargers Adventure Network and Waypoints that it will be building soon.
The company that has been making electric vehicles and automotive technology since 2009 assured its customers with membership as well to provide renewable sources of energy such as wind and light from the sun for their electric vehicles and to allow them to have access to connectivity in 4G LTE.
Moreover, the company that began as Mainstream Motors and then Avera Automotive will provide future perks for them such as sending vehicles of recovery to them if they become astray along the road or need a recharge of batteries in cases of emergencies via its off-Roadside Assistance, as well as new driving modes, meetups in communities, and content in cabins.
Rivian Automotive will release each new vehicle with 12 months of free access to the service, after which customers will need to pay to keep having the perks of the membership. The automobile manufacturer from Irvine in California is yet to say the price that it will charge from its customers with membership for the perks that it offers.