Rivian’s new Georgia plant set to be an EV mecca when complete

Rivian will expand its manufacturing operations, locating its second U.S. plant in the state of Georgia. A carbon-conscious campus is planned east of Atlanta, in Morgan and Walton Counties. The project represents a $5-billion site development and manufacturing investment.

The plant, which will eventually employ more than 7,500 workers, represents a key next step as Rivian scales aggressively toward higher-capacity production for our future generation of products. Once ramped, the Georgia facility will be capable of producing up to 400,000 vehicles per year. Construction on the facility is expected to begin in summer 2022, and the start of production is slated for 2024. Site considerations included logistics, environmental impact, renewable energy production, availability and quality of talent and fit with Rivian company culture.

The site will be home to 13 separate buildings including an R&D space, a training facility, and a delivery center. The future Rivian grounds in Georgia will also house 144 exterior chargers for outbound EVs (and maybe employees?), a test track, and an “adventure trail.”

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