I'm impressed its happening at the dealership level!
I remember going to a local Jeep dealer who had an off-road track. I was 18 and my best friend and I would test drive a new Jeep every week or two. LOL! They obviously knew we weren't going to buy one. I bet if we had damaged one, we would have. Not sure anything changed after 3 decades, I would still go "test drive" if a local dealer had fun places to go! I guess the only thing that changed is that there is a chance that I could buy the vehicle.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it was once said. So today the use of a SUV is many things to many people. Personally, a quiet park road to wind along in silence to enjoy the scenery and hear the sounds of the local environment is much more appealing. So even the tires should not pop and crack on the park road during our quiet time.I'm impressed its happening at the dealership level!
Rivian either needs to do something like that or arrange events that owners can go to.
Not bad for a pickup that's meant to be average with off-road performance.
Another video from Scaringe. The R1T handled that incline pretty easily.