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Why doesn't it have the Stadium headlights? That is Rivian's signature headlights. I get the Amazon van doesn't have it, but that is not an official Rivian car, it is a car manufactured by Rivian for Amazon.
 

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Why doesn't it have the Stadium headlights? That is Rivian's signature headlights. I get the Amazon van doesn't have it, but that is not an official Rivian car, it is a car manufactured by Rivian for Amazon.
While that would be great, it was likely a cost cutting effort, like with many delivery vans. IMO it still looks great compared to the Sprinter.
 

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True. It makes sense for the van. But if they actually release a RV, I think they would use the stadium headlights.
That'll be interesting to see since it has to be bigger than the R1T & R1S stadium setup.

True, which is why it would most likely have to happen by a third party.
Winnebago would be on top of my list for that. Love what they do to Sprinters!
 

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That'll be interesting to see since it has to be bigger than the R1T & R1S stadium setup.


Winnebago would be on top of my list for that. Love what they do to Sprinters!
Off Grid Adventure Vans do some cool stuff. They primarily work with RAM ProMaster 159’ but they do stuff with Transits and Sprinters too.

 

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That'll be interesting to see since it has to be bigger than the R1T & R1S stadium setup.


Winnebago would be on top of my list for that. Love what they do to Sprinters!
That is interesting speculation, but as a motor home operator I would hope that the latest in headlights, adaptive headlights be used. Still have no clue what "stadium" headlights are or how well they perform on an old, wet asphalt pavement. https://www.automotive-fleet.com/32...daptive-beam-headlights-rate-highest-aaa-says
 

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That is interesting speculation, but as a motor home operator I would hope that the latest in headlights, adaptive headlights be used. Still have no clue what "stadium" headlights are or how well they perform on an old, wet asphalt pavement. https://www.automotive-fleet.com/32...daptive-beam-headlights-rate-highest-aaa-says
I'm still not convinced Rivian will do it since the delivery vans don't have them, but who knows. One thing for sure, if there's not enough volume, we'll just get what the delivery van has. At the end of the day its a business that has to turn a profit.
 
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