Rivian’s smaller R2 electric SUV detailed in website slipup

Ahead of its launch on March 7th, key specs for Rivian’s upcoming R2 electric SUV were briefly visible via the source code on the company’s teaser site, Electrek reports. These include a range of up to 330 miles, a 0-60mph acceleration in three seconds, five seats, and a starting price of $47,000 (though a $47,500 starting price was reportedly also mentioned on other parts of the site). Deliveries are expected to start in 2026, per the website’s code, which is in line with previous reports.

Electrek notes that other specs revealed in the website’s code include support for both NACS and CCS charging stations, “powered rear glass,” and a front trunk that’s big enough to store the SUV’s bike mount system when not in use. The site’s code reportedly listed the wheelbase of the R2 SUV as 115.6 inches, down from the 121.1-inch wheelbase of the R1S.


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