Rivian Automotive said it came up just short of its 2022 production target of 25,000 vehicles due to supply chain issues and a slow ramp at its assembly plant in Normal, Ill.
The EV startup on Tuesday said it produced 24,337 vehicles in its first full year of production, comprised of R1T pickups, R1S crossovers and Electric Delivery Vans for Amazon. Rivian does not break down production by model.
Rivian had originally forecast 2022 output at 50,000 vehicles before a lack of critical parts caused repeated shutdowns of its assembly line and a reassessment of its potential midyear. The Irvine, Calif.-based automaker delivered 20,332 vehicles last year, leaving about 4,000 in inventory.