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Tesla has maximum speed limits for its adjustable air suspension, only allowing you to go 13 MPH in Very High and about 28 MPH in High.

I see Rivian has several height settings that allow up to 13 inches. Wondering if we know if there will be any speed limits at particular heights?

I hope not. My thought is to have two different sets of wheels and tires. One set with big tires for off-roading, which I'd want to leave it at its highest setting at all times. And a second set of lower profile tires for summer and times when I know I won't be going off road and will likely want to leave it at its lowest setting. Per Rivian, the lowest setting is also where the "performance" aspects will be at their highest (0-60 times, top speed, etc).
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