What are charge station levels?
Charging levels describe the rate at which you can charge your battery. These terms are industry standards and used as labels so you can quickly identify how powerful a specific charge station is.
Level 3: DC fast charging — the quickest charge available. On the Rivian Adventure Network, you will initially be able to charge an R1T and R1S up to 140 miles in 20 minutes. That rate can increase with over-the-air software updates. In addition to the Rivian Adventure Network, our vehicles can also use public DC fast chargers.
Level 2: Public and home charging — capable of charging roughly 16-25 miles of range per hour depending on the electrical current available. Level 2 charging is accessible through the Rivian Wall Charger, Rivian Waypoints Chargers, public charging sites and by using a Rivian Portable Charger with 240V outlets.
Level 1: A slower charge — handy if you need to top off on a regular household outlet. Using the Rivian Portable Charger with a standard 120-volt outlet, you will get a few miles of charge per hour.
Learn more about charging at home and on the road.