Earlier this month, Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe spoke with tech reviewer Marques Brownlee, who runs the channel MKBHD in a 43-minute interview for Brownlee’s WVFRM Podcast.
The discussion ranges in topics, with Scaringe detailing things like how the company got its start, Rivian’s adventure charging network and he even looks ahead to the automaker’s next-generation platform.
Scaringe discusses the origins of the name Rivian with Brownlee, including the team’s desire to come up with something that sounded similar to flowing water.
In addition, Brownlee also takes a moment to ask the common question of why Rivian doesn’t include Apple CarPlay or Android Auto in its interface.
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