Rivian is spilling details on its nationwide DC fast charger deployment, with the Rivian Adventure Network taking inspiration from Tesla’s Superchargers, with a twist. Teased last year by execs at the automaker, the network will be exclusive to Rivian owners, and consist of chargers both on highways and main roads, but also in locations off the beaten path.
For example, though there’ll be locations along the highways between Los Angeles and San Francisco – a common route for Californians – Rivian will also extend its network out to leisure spots.
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