Rivian absolutely could send a C&D over the photo and be within their rights, depending on what the contract of entry is, like if they require a photographer to surrender all copyright to photos taken.
Well, technically it's a chevy.
South park has been going downhill. The absurdity of reality has been outpacing Matt and Trey's creativity for a while now.
To get back to the topic on hand, my wife parked on my charging cable last night, I had to move her car. Which is a pain in the ass because hers is also plugged in, and...
It's all related. People are scared of change and will do anything they can to stop it or slow down its progress. Some are capable of accepting change when it's not something they have built their identity out of. People hate to be proven wrong (myself included).
I've never spent any time in the QC area of a plant (what this looks like to me), so I can't really say if this is normal or not. I'd expect it could be if there was an issue that was discovered and it meant needing to rework something on dozens of vehicles.
Have you ever used one? If not, your opinion is null and void. You're just making a lot of assumptions.
If you're driving an EV and camping somewhere that has power, odds are good that when you're in the tent, the vehicle is going to be charging, so complaining about not being able to take the...
It's engineering time they don't want to invest. I totally get why they are doing it the way they are. It's not just a simple software flag they can flip on to enable it.
Ultimately I'm hesitant to form an opinion on their system now because I haven't interacted with it at all and I have no...