A novice to EVs and charging but charging times seem to be a big concern for many (me included). I only ever see one charging port on any EV vehicles, is there not a way to design a system on the vehicles for dual charging ports solution on these trucks and cut down charging times in 1/2 by charging two halves of the battery at the same time. Complex circuitry would be required to split, yet tie charging together the batteries on the skate to make it all happen in concert. Again maybe a dumb question or suggestion but I remember Ford trucks having dual gas tanks with two nozzles and gas doors. Rivian would have a charging port on each side at box. Just a thought I had. Anyone much smarter than me explain why this could not be done? Get a full charge down to under 10 mins and that really removes some more stigmas of EVs. As well as come up with a removable stand-alone generator option (for camper use, wink, wink) that fits snuggly and perfectly in small part of the bed or cubby with a small gas tank on it for emergency, longer trips and to help people learn how to manage driving their EV without fear of being truly stranded. Kick on automatically when driving if needed. Yes I know that it seems to go against the philosophy of all electric but even the facilities of the world have backup Gennys running on ICEs as emergency backups. Part of early or mass adopters is lack of understanding the charging network, feeling of being completely stranded, lack of backup and emergency options. If people knew they had guaranteed emergency movement ability of say 25-50 miles where only the stereo and heater worked along with lights and drivetrain maybe max speed of 55 mph to conserve, they may make the plunge. I know this would remove my concerns on our longer road trips. If people were retired and got there when they get there, then no issue, but in today’s society when people are losing it because their McDonalds drive up window takes and extra 2 mins, Rivian needs to come up with simple solutions like this to remove complex reasons for not buying their EV. Hell mount it in box cubby and just ventilate that box cubby so it is completely out of sight and mind. I am not one that would care about a campstove in that cubby, but Emergency Extender (EE) is a must for who I am. EE could be a high selling option I believe. Again just a question and thought as I try to justify a future purchase and remove my own stigmas. Maybe dumb suggestions but things rolling around in my head.