Rivian reports more losses in the second quarter of 2022

8/11/2022 11:53:00 PM

Rivian generated $364 million in revenue.

Rivian reports more losses in the second quarter of 2022

Rivian generated $364 million in revenue.

were delayed until later this year.This a crucial time for car maker Rivian Automotive Inc.dedicated to the Inflation Reduction Act, Rivian notes that new customers need to first place a reservation in order to sign one of these binding agreements.— Poshmark slid 5.

) The earnings report comes on the heels of a positive production update The company will still need to churn out 18,046 vehicles over the next eight months if it’s to meet its goal of 25,000 built this year, or roughly 9,023 vehicles per quarter.That will be no small task but is certainly within the realm of possibility.Rivian Automotive Inc.During the last earnings call, Rivian said that it has more than 90,000 reservations for the R1T and R1S vehicles., a binding agreement.Now, the automaker reports that it has increased to about 98,000 reservations.65% stock price has fallen 64.Still, the company has had to weather some rough waters to get here.

Last month, Rivian laid off around 6 percent of its 14,000 employees, or around 800 people, citing a need to cut costs in order to speed up development of future versions of its electric trucks and SUVs.42% decline of 13.Needless to say, if you are a Rivian or Lucid reservation holder and want to benefit from the existing federal tax credit you should hurry up and sign the binding agreement as the House of Representatives could pass the Inflation Reduction Act as early as August 12, 2022; the Senate has already passed it on August 7.Ahead of the earnings report, Wedbush’s Dan Ives said that Rivian was showing some signs of improvement.After experiencing “major issues out of the gates,” Rivian is “starting to find their sea legs,” Ives wrote in a note, adding that the company has the potential “to be a major EV stalwart over the next decade.The young car maker, which went public last year, has struggled with production issues, but its production numbers released last month were seen as a positive by Wall Street, sending its stock rallying.” But a recent price hike and the news that the revised EV tax credits would alter the landscape for EV buyers has Rivian scrambling to respond.The Lucid Air starts at $87,500 in base Pure configuration while the quad-motor Rivian R1T and start at $79,500 and $84,500, respectively.Under the new climate bill put forward by Senate Democrats, pricier EVs (sedans that are over $55,000 for new cars and pickup trucks and SUVs over $80,000) would be ineligible for the $7,500 tax credit.Rivian describes itself as a maker of “electric adventure vehicles,” such as its R1T pickup truck and R1S SUV.

Some configurations of Rivian’s electric truck and SUV will almost certainly be too expensive to qualify for the credit, which could depress demand.Rivian also on both of its models by 20 percent, sending its stock price tumbling and forcing CEO RJ Scaringe to issue a public apology.com.Here's what we know and how we plan to support our customers' efforts to maintain eligibility for the federal EV tax credit.In response, the company sent emails to customers and posted a support response on its website advising them to sign a “binding contract” before the bill goes into effect in order to lock in their $7,500 tax credit.But it also admits that it can’t “guarantee eligibility” for the incentive.AMZN, -1.Rivian reports that it has $15.However, buyers who have a"written binding contract" to purchase a qualified EV before the Inflation Reduction Act becomes law will be able to apply under the current IRC 30D tax credit requirements.

5 billion in cash on hand.Nonetheless, investment research firm New Constructs added Rivian to its list of “zombie” companies on Tuesday, citing cash as a potential problem for the car maker.That’ll be very helpful for the automaker if it’s expecting even bigger losses for the year.Next Up In Sign up for the newsletter Verge Deals Subscribe to get the best Verge-approved tech deals of the week.CVNA, -10.For new customers who'd like to sign one of these binding agreements, you must first place a reservation for an R1T or R1S.Just one more thing! Please confirm your subscription to Verge Deals via the verification email we just sent you.Email Oops.FRPT, -15.

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