Electric vehicle creator Rivian, supported by Ford and Amazon, petitioned for a first sale of stock on Friday on the Nasdaq trade. The company recorded its IPO confidentially with the Securities and Exchange Commission in August, and it was made public today.
As per the S-1 filed with the SEC, Rivian had a total deficit of $994 million on income of zero for the principal half of 2021. Its overal deficit for entire year 2020 was $1.02 billion, the recording shows. The organization hopes to exchange under the ticker image RIVN.
“We are a development stage company and have not generated material revenue to date,” Rivian writes in the filing. “Vehicle production and deliveries began in September 2021.” We recently tried its first consumer vehicle, the R1T electric pickup truck, and today’s filing says the company plans to launch its first SUV, the R1S, in December.
Rivian says it has pre-orders for a little more than 48,000 of the R1T and R1S in the US and Canada. The preorder clients had paid completely refundable stores of $1,000 each, and that is the organization’s just income up until this point.
Rivian expects its income at first to come generally from Amazon, the recording shows; “In the close to term… we expect that a critical piece of our income will be from Amazon Logistics.” Both Amazon and Ford own in excess of 5% of Rivian, and Peter Krawiec, a senior VP at Amazon, is on Rivian’s governing body.
Rivian went into a concurrence with Amazon in 2019, and the recording shows that under the provisions of that arrangement, Rivian consented to team up with Amazon’s Logistics fragment “to configuration, create, assembling, and supply [electric conveyance vans]… for use in Amazon’s last-mile conveyance activities.” Amazon has some select rights to Rivian’s electric conveyance vans (EDVs) for quite some time, and right of first refusal for a long time after that. The organization says it doesn’t anticipate transporting its electric conveyance vans until December too.