AT&T Partners With Rivian To Electrify Its Commercial Fleet


Dagan Mishoulam, VP, Strategy & Fleet at Rivian said, “We couldn’t be happier to collaborate with AT&T as we work together to help cut emissions and protect our environment. Around a quarter of CO2 emitted in the transportation sector in the US comes from commercial vans, so it’s imperative we do all we can as soon as possible to help cut emissions. Our category defining vehicles offer some of the most advanced technology in the sector and are continually improved through over-the-air updates. We’re very much looking forward to expanding our relationship with AT&T to help them achieve their climate goals.”

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The Rivian Commercial Van mocked up in an AT&T livery.

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The rear 3/4 view of the Rivian Commercial Van with the Amazon livery

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The cargo bay of an Amazon Rivian Commercial Van

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The leading provider of mobile connectivity service in the United States AT&T has announced it will begin operating some Rivian Commercial Vans and R1 models in its fleet early next year as part of a pilot to analyze how Rivian’s EVs can improve fleet safety, cut costs, and reduce the telecommunication giant’s carbon footprint. AT&T also announced that it will be the sole provider of internet services to all Rivian vehicles in the U.S. and Canada.