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New EV rival beats Tesla with new product

The first electric pickup trucks have rolled off the assembly line at Rivian ahead of an expected major IPO.

Photo: NATHAN FRANDINO/REUTERS / X04922

The race to introduce the first electric pickup truck has been going on for some time. Now it seems that US-based automotive company Rivian has won the first round.

While competing Tesla, General Motors and Ford are all having problems, struggling with setting up real serial production of smaller electric pickups, Rivan has sent its first commercial model to market, reports CNBC.

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