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Rivian R1T Overland Adventure Upgrades

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Available for the Rivian R1T are some overland adventure upgrades. One of those is a pull-out kitchen. It will be offered as an accessory as R1T's go on-sale. Even if you don't plan on going on long adventures, accessories like the pull out kitchen will still be great for weekend camping trips, tailgate parties, etc.

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It's one heck of an option to have for the R1T, especially with how it fits perfectly in the gear tunnel. It's definitely going to be a hit with tailgating and people who love going camping or going to the cottage.

This video gives a really good look at the kitchen and how it comes out of the R1T. It also gives you a look at what the tent looks like on top of the bed.

The big question is, like with so many things with both Rivian EAVs, what will the pullout kitchen cost? And would you be will to pay that price?

I'll start - $950 (total-in-the-dark guess). Would I pay the price? Hmm, probably not (more from a lack of use standpoint for me) but if I did have a use for it, it would probably depend on the price I'd be shelling out for the other options I want in addition to the vehicle price of course.
So everyone knows how serious Rivian is about supporting the overland community, check out this press release:

Rivian R1T is first electric vehicle at Overland
May 17, 2019, Flagstaff, AZ – Electric adventure vehicle maker Rivian introduced its five-passenger R1T pickup to the attendees of Overland West at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, Arizona.

The R1T is the first EV to appear at an Overland event.

“We’ve been coming to Overland for a few years now, learning from this community how they use their vehicles,” said Rivian Creative Director Larry Parker. “Much of what we’ve learned from Overland attendees has gone into our product design.”

Electric vehicles are inherently quiet and produce zero emissions. Rivian’s EVs feature quad-motor all-wheel drive, class-leading ground clearance, and over 400 miles of range. The Rivian R1T, along with the Rivian R1S SUV, deliver immense torque which provides optimal performance on unpredictable terrain and with heavy loads.

The R1T displayed at Overland West features a custom electric camp stove powered by the vehicle’s battery pack. The stove slides out from the vehicle’s gear tunnel for use, providing emissions-free kitchen capability.

Overland is a ten-year-old festival dedicated to the practice and gear of overlanding, a self-contained, vehicle- based exploration style inspired by safaris and other extended travel. Camping, cooking and outdoor recreation are at the core of overlanding.

Meet the R1T: The R1T will be at all three days of Overland West. At 2PM on Friday the 17th, 9AM and 2PM on Saturday the 18th, and at 1PM on Sunday the 19th, the Rivian team will be conducting walkarounds of the R1T, diving deep into the features that differentiate the vehicle from other outdoor vehicles and EVs.

The Outdoors and the R1T: facts and features
-With 750 horsepower and immense torque, the R1T comes designed for heavy loads and can tow up to 11,000 pounds.
-A ‘gear tunnel’ and front trunk allow for much more sealable storage found in a conventional off-road vehicle.
-At 180kwh, the R1T has the world’s largest, most durable automotive battery pack.
-The R1T and R1S offer up to 14 inches of ground clearance with adjustable air suspension.
-During downhill braking the R1T restores over half the energy used on the same upslope.
-Detailed, downloadable maps are available in the R1T’s user interface, so you can navigate even when offline.
-The R1T comes with a built-in air compressor and alarmed gear security loops.
-Users can light their surroundings and cook using the vehicle’s power for over a week using only 20 kWh– or 11%– of the largest 180kWh Rivian battery pack.
-The R1T is powered by four independent 200hp motors for maximum power and control.
-With its fully sealed battery pack and drive units, the R1T can wade through up to three feet of water.

I hope that gave everyone a good baseline of where things are headed.
Upfitting the R1T with aftermarket options should be possible in the near future. Rivian might be working with some companies currently.
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