Rivian reveals some technology news and lowers its production plans. Ford and PG&E aim to study how the Lightning electric truck could support the grid. And Toyota’s driver-assist system debuts for the brand in the Mirai. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
As part of a quarterly business update, Rivian revealed that due to supply constraints it’s halving its expected 2022 production, to just 25,000 trucks. Its reservations currently stand at about 83,000. But the bigger news was in the product arena: Rivian specified that the upcoming Standard battery pack will include cheaper LFP cells
Toyota’s Teammate driver-assistance system
Ford and PG&E have formed a partnership that will examine the potential role of the upcoming F-150 Lightning in adding resiliency to the grid
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