The name of the manufacturer.
The model name of the electric car.
The code/name that denotes the level of equipment of the EV including exterior and interior features, battery packs, electric motors, etc.
The year for which the model is announced by the manufacturer. Most often it does not completely coincide with the calendar year in which the model is available on the market.
Markets in which this electric vehicle is available.
The body style of the model as defined by the number of doors and roof treatment.
Materials used in the vehicle's body construction.
Available exterior colors for the model as specified by the manufacturer.
Available interior colors for the model as specified by the manufacturer.
|Number of doors|
Number of doors for passengers. Depending on the body style, the doors can be two, four, etc.
|Number of seats|
Number of seats inclduing the driver and passenger ones. Depending on the model, the seats can be five, six, seven or other.
The distance from the frontmost to the rearmost point of the electric vehicle.
|215.6 in (inches)|
5475 mm (millimeters)
The width of the vehicle without mirrors.
|79.3 in (inches)|
2015 mm (millimeters)
The distance from the ground to the top of the electric car.
|71.5 in (inches)|
1815 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers of the front and rear axle.
|135.8 in (inches)|
3450 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers (centerline) of the two wheels on the front axle.
|67.3 in (inches)|
1710 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers (centerline) of the two wheels on the rear axle.
|67.3 in (inches)|
1710 mm (millimeters)
The distance from the ground to the lowest point of the vehicle measured without cargo or passengers. The ground clearance is also known as ride height.
|7.9 in (inches)|
200 mm (millimeters)
If the electric vehicle is equipped with a form of active suspension, it will offer a clearance range. The lowest possible clearance is shown in this field.
|9.4 in (inches)|
240 mm (millimeters)
This field shows the highest possible clearance achieved via the specific active suspension of the model.
|11.0 in (inches)|
280 mm (millimeters)
|Secondary trunk volume|
The available space for cargo in the secondary trunk, usually positioned in the front of the electric car.
|330.0 l (liters)|
11.65 ft3 (cubic feet)
0.33 m3 (cubic meters)
Curb weight (a.k.a. kerb weight) is the EV mass with standard equipment, liquids (oils and fuel at nominal tank capacity) but without cargo and passengers. In some EU countries, the curb weight also includes the weight of a 75 kg (165 lb) driver.
|5886.34 lb (pounds)|
2670 kg (kilograms)
In the context of automobiles, the payload is the summary of the weights of passengers, cargo, accessories, equipment.
|1763.7 lb (pounds)|
800 kg (kilograms)
GVWR stands for gross vehicle weight rating and is also known as gross vehicle mass (GVM). It describeds the maximum operating weight of the electric car including the curb weight and payload (accessories, equipment, driver, passengers and cargo).
|7650.04 lb (pounds)|
3470 kg (kilograms)
Additional details related to the electric car's body.
|Off-road ground clearance - 360 mm|
Water fording depth (max) - 1 m
Approach angle in offroad mode - 34 degrees
Departure angle in offroad mode - 30 degrees
Ramp breakover angle in offroad mode - 26 degrees
Max climbing gradient - 45 degrees
Bed length (tailgate up) - 1400 mm
Bed length (tailgate down) - 2100 mm
Bed width - 1385 mm
Rear bin volume - 200 l
Gear tunnel - 350 l
Underseat volume - 95 l
Trailer weight rating - 5000 kg
Additional details about the electric motor of this model.
|Four motors total torque (105 kWh pack) - 560 Nm|
Four motors total power (105 kWh pack) - 300 kW
Four motors total torque (135 kWh pack) - 1120 Nm
Four motors total power (135 kWh pack) - 562 kW
Four motors total torque (180 kWh pack) - 1120 Nm
Four motors total power (180 kWh pack) - 562 kW
Power per wheel - 147 kW
Torque per wheel - 3500 Nm
The top speed that the vehicle can achieve as specified by the manufacturer.
|124.9 mph (miles per hour)|
201.0 km/h (kilometers per hour)
|Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h|
The time in seconds the electric car needs to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.
|7.00 s (seconds)|
|Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph|
The time in seconds the model needs to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph.
|3.00 s (seconds)|
Additional details about the vehicle's performance.
|105 kWh pack version acceleration 0-60 mp/h - 12.5 s|
180 kWh pack version acceleration 0-60 mp/h - 3.2 s
|Real range||300.1 mi / 483.0 km|
|Type of steering mechanism|
Information about the design type of the steering mechanism of the electric car.
|Rack and pinion|
|Type of power steering|
Information about the type of power steering used in this model.
|Type of transmission|
Information about the type of transmission used by the vehicle. Generally, EVs are equipped with one-speed automatic units.
|Automatic single-speed reduction gear|
Information about the type of drivetrain (the system that delivers power to the driving wheels).
|All-wheel drive (AWD)|
Information about the main components of the front suspension of the electric vehicle.
Pneumatic (air suspension)
Information about the main components of the rear suspension of the electric vehicle.
Pneumatic (air suspension)
Information about the type of brakes used on the front wheels.
Information about the type of brakes used on the rear wheels.
The capacity of the rechargeable battery that powers this EV as specified by the manufacturer in kilowatt hours.
|135 kWh (kilowatt hours)|
|Number of cells|
The batteries used by electric cars are usually packs that consist of a certain number of battery cells in different arrangements. Information about the total number of cells in this particular model.
Information about the position of the battery pack in the electric vehicle.
|Under the floor, middle|
Information about the type of battery cooling on this specific model.
|Water-based coolant circulation|
Additional information about the rechargeable battery of the electric car.
|There will be a 105 kWh and a 180 kWh battery versions with the 105 kWh one being announced later than the other two.|
|DC fast charging||Type 1 (IEC 62196-3 CC, CCS1)||-||-||160 kW|
|Onboard charger||Type 1 (IEC 62196-3 CC, CCS1)||11 kW||-||-|
|Type||Battery %||Estimated time (h:m)|
|DC fast charging||0% - 80%||00:41|
|-||3 x 110-volt outlets placed in the bin||S|
|-||Bed camera with alerts||S|
|-||Bin-integrated compressed air||S|
|-||2 x bin-integrated locking cables for securing gear||S|
|Safety and assistance||8 x airbags for occupant protection||S|
|Safety and assistance||Camera, lidar, radar||S|
|Safety and assistance||Level 3 autonomy for highway||S|
|Safety and assistance||Reinforcements of the skateboard platform||S|
|Safety and assistance||Ultrasonic and a high precision GPS coupled with high definition maps||S|
|Infotainment and connectivity||12.3-inch instrument cluster||S|
|Infotainment and connectivity||15.6-inch center touch screen||S|
|Infotainment and connectivity||6.8-inch rear touch screen||S|
Additional details about this electric car, including specifications and features that do not belong to the categories above.
|Driving range of 230+ miles (370+ km) for the 105 kWh battery pack version.|
Driving range of 300+ miles (483+ km) for the 135 kWh battery pack version.
Driving range of 400+ miles (646+ km) for the 180 kWh battery pack version.
The above-mentioned specifications are stated by Rivian in the official announcement of the R1T in November 2018. They will be updated over time and finalized after the launch of the real vehicle.