How will the Inflation Reduction Act impact my eligibility for the electric vehicle (EV) federal tax credit?
On Tuesday, August 16, the Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law. At this time, we’re no longer accepting new binding order agreements to purchase Rivian vehicles.
As a reminder, buyers who signed a “written binding contract” to purchase a qualified EV before the Inflation Reduction Act becomes law will be able to apply under the prior IRC 30D tax credit requirements.
Where can I get confirmation that I signed a binding order agreement?
Customers who filled out a binding order agreement will have received a confirmation email. In addition, the Customer Engagement Center will soon be able to provide confirmation documents upon request.
Customers were under no obligation to sign the binding order agreement
Rivian does not guarantee eligibility for federal EV tax credits
Signing a binding order agreement does not "lock" your configuration
Signing a binding order agreement does not guarantee vehicle pricing
Signing a binding order agreement does not affect the pricing reflected in the configuration(s) on your Rivian account
After signing the binding order agreement, there is no need to send a printed copy to Rivian. This printed and signed copy is for your own personal records
If you have other questions, please contact the Customer Engagement Center.
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