Bloomberg, of Scaringe could not confirm whether he was referring to an electric motorcycle or a bicycle, but of Rivian It is stated that he has patents for bicycle components and designs. in the past scaring, He said that Rivian eventually wanted to expand into the micromobility market.
of Rivian One e-bike The news that he may be working on a job came in the same week as the company announced layoffs that would affect 6% of its workforce. The cuts represent the second major restructuring Rivian has undertaken in less than a year.
Electric truck maker Rivian is developing an e-bike
The company describes the movement itself as R1T and R1S. EVs effort to refocus production on scaling, and in return Rivian He said it put it on the road to long-term profitability. On Friday, Scaringe reportedly told employees that Rivian was weakening herself by trying to do too many things at once.
It may not make much sense to try to expand into the e-bike market while the company has not yet made a profit, but of Rivian There is compelling reason to pursue this strategy. Even before the pandemic, the bike market was growing thanks to the popularity of e-bikes. In fact, electric bikes have consistently outstripped electric cars and trucks. This is not surprising at all, as they are significantly cheaper to manufacture and therefore cost less to purchase for consumers. Then a bike, Rivian it might just be what it needs to become profitable sooner.