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Rivian Goes To Court Over Supply Chain Issues

These vans are all part of a massive order from Amazon, 100,000 of which Rivian has said it would make by 2025. However, it appears the two brands are working on a solution outside the courts. Both brands issued a statement that said they were going to continue to work together, including seat deliveries, until a resolution could be found.

That comes after court filings show a granted emergency order, which states that while the two parties litigate, CVG must continue to provide the seats at the agreed-upon price. While some units have been delivered, per Scaringe, Rivian is still on the hook for now. If a solution can’t be found, we imagine Amazon will be the next company selling shares of Rivian.

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