He also believes there are separate order numbers for R1T and R1S. So if you are 40,000 for R1S, there is also a 40,000 for R1T meaning 80,000 total.
I doubt that is true because Rivian said you can switch at time if configuration.
Again, back of the line here, but you have to assume with all of the money they raised, the major additions they are making to the plant, and the fact that they pushed deliveries to Summer, there is a good chance they are pushing for more vehicles being built in the first year than they have...
Isn’t that what a lot of people are saying about Rivian?
Granted, there are a couple of Rivians rolling around, but GM expects these to be delivered to customers in ‘21.
RJ and company need to get on it, on a lot of levels, or my reservation (currently in the 50 k’s) will move up quickly.
I currently drive and love my Jeep as an adventure vehicle and a daily driver. I will probably keep it even after I get my Rivian because it’s part of the family.
That being said, I get 14 mpg and with a 40 mile round trip commute to work plus just random trips to the store or restaurants...
I am not really a truck guy. I want to be able to keep everything inside with the exception of maybe bikes. That’s why we are probably getting the R1S.
That being said, maybe the truck will blow me away. The gear tunnel and camp kitchen option is pretty rad.
I am Sully. I just ordered last week even though I wanted to order at launch. It has taken me this long to convince my wife:)
I currently drive a 2008 Jeep Wrangler JKU with a 4” lift, 37’s and a lot of added steel in the bumpers, rock rails, etc.
We camp quite a bit, ride bikes, and take...
Well, I ordered last week and I have 54686.
Perhaps, this is not just orders of vehicles, but anything they ordered or were ordered across the board.
Or perhaps, I am not seeing my R1S for a looooong time.