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The Rivian R1T Electric Vehicle's Camp Kitchen in Action

Rivian is an American automaker and automotive technology company. Founded in 2009, the company develops vehicles, products and services related to sustainable transportation. The company has facilities in Plymouth, Michigan; San Jose, California; Irvine, California; Normal, Illinois; and the United Kingdom.

The Rivian R1T Electric Vehicle's Camp Kitchen in Action

The Rivian R1T is the first electric vehicle to make an official appearance at Overland West in Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, Arizona. There's a tent mounted atop the pickup truck's bed that makes this conceptual R1T work as a self-contained exploration platform. But the really cool bit is the fully enclosed camp kitchen that slides out from the electric truck's gear tunnel.

The Rivian R1T Electric Vehicle's Camp Kitchen in Action

All R1T trucks have a sealable storage area between the rear seats and the truck bed. That area is ripe for customization, and it seems Rivian is keen to show prospective buyers and outfitters at least one cool possibility.

The Rivian R1T Electric Vehicle's Camp Kitchen in Action

Pre-order the R1T truck to experience the thrill of navigating the world in an Electric Adventure Vehicle. Starting price of $69,000 before the Federal Tax rebate. Range of 230+ to 400+ miles.

The Rivian R1T Electric Vehicle's Camp Kitchen in Action

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