Will Arrival Survive?


  • Arrival is burning cash fast and expects to only have $160-$200 million in cash by the end of the year.
  • No revenue is expected in 2023, thus Arrival does not have enough cash to cover its operations over the next twelve months.
  • Arrival is likely to go bankrupt in the short term.
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Earlier today, Arrival Group (NASDAQ:ARVL) updated investors about its financial position and business plans for the coming quarters, which weren’t particularly good as the company is running out of cash and is unable to raise funds.


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