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  1. Badge appreciation thread

    The holes is what I was worried about. I guess I naively assumed they all used pins to stay on.
  2. Any Insight on Repair-ability?

    This is in contrast to say a normal truck that keeps that a separate panel
  3. Any Insight on Repair-ability?

    My biggest concern with the both models is that they used a single piece for the entire side. Meaning if you mess up the rear quarter panel you may have to replace the entire side of the car.
  4. Badge appreciation thread

    How are badges like these generally attached? How do you remove them without hurting the finish?
  5. Test Drive Invitations are arriving! And First Mile events tab now available

    Check your spam folder and also make sure you email address is correct with them.
  6. Qmerit - Rivian Home Charger Installation Experience

    I'm in Seattle too but didn't get in on the launch edition reservations. So I'm waiting for my R1S until this time next year most likely. I would love to hear how you like the vehicle once you take ownership.
  7. Motor Trend Review: The 2022 Rivian R1T Is the Most Remarkable Pickup We’ve Ever Driven

    Leg room is generally measured from the back of your butt to your ankle. So it doesn't really cover the empty space between the seats. So both statements could be true.
  8. Motor Trend Review: The 2022 Rivian R1T Is the Most Remarkable Pickup We’ve Ever Driven

    The sun streaming in from the passenger or driver side only could make one side of the screen hard to read if it only had a single light sensor on one part and didn't adjust the screen brightness accordingly. I wold think a screen this size needs to have better awareness of the lighting...
  9. Motor Trend Review: The 2022 Rivian R1T Is the Most Remarkable Pickup We’ve Ever Driven

    The pictures I've seen of the R1S look like the back has more leg room than the T. Without the need to accommodate a truck bed, I think they can move the seat back a little further.
  10. Motor Trend Review: The 2022 Rivian R1T Is the Most Remarkable Pickup We’ve Ever Driven

    They did mention they're using a camera to look at the driver for the no hands cruise control. However those don't look like cameras to me, I'm betting they're ambient light sensors and the camera(s) for driver attention and possibly security footage will be mounted higher above the windshield.
  11. Motor Trend Review: The 2022 Rivian R1T Is the Most Remarkable Pickup We’ve Ever Driven

    Command strip hooks? I'd prefer something built in from the manufacturer, but they would work and be removable without hurting the surface.
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