One of the first spottings of an R1T just happened in Vancouver, B.C. on set of a Rivian commercial shoot
I hope the port door is automatic like the Taycan.Looks like an original RJ Blue with a wrap based on the side mirrors, lowered suspension and a broken/missing charge port door. It also appears the DC portion of the CCS plug has a cover over it. I think the Taycan has something similar.
I'm thinking those are battle scars from rigorous off-road testing.I may be wrong, but to me it looks like this one is a bit dinged up ... some scrapes and damage to the plastic fender right behind the wheel (?) - unless that’s just water marks - and watching the video, there appears to be some minor dents in the door(?). Perhaps that front panel just fell off if it hit something(?)
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Noticing it now.There is a lot of discussion going on about the video posted in #40.
The sound being made when the guy gets close to it is the R1T. When the R1T starts moving, the pitch of the sound changes.
If you listen carefully, right before it comes into view, you can hear the Van's engine noise separately.
Yeah, it really puts things into perspective seeing the R1T with an everyday pickup.Nice to see that Ram in between for a size comparison.
It was probably on the way to pickup the owners Rolex from being serviced.I did not know Ferrari had full autonomous driving!
Some info to go with this visual: Rivian R1T height is 72.0 in (inches)/1829 mm (millimeters). That's a few inches shorter than the current F-150 at 75.2–76.9 in (1,910–1,953 mm). But width is 15-25mm less than the F-150.