This is what everyone at some point in their response should have said.
You need to contact Rivian, plain and simple.
There are some many factors that your post leave out. They will help you.
Please report back with what you find out from them.
I drove up from Buffalo, NY to Toronto today and back.
Truck Stats were very average. 2.35 kWh/mi with 20 inch rims.
Switching to kilometers was nice. Funny quirks like setting cruise still displayed in mph.
Biggest surprise was the Queens Way Express which is the main highway from Buffalo up...
Sounds like Ford. Which isn't a good thing. I had a new 2018 F-150 and the rear door latch system would freeze up in the winter and my door would literally swing open when i went around a turn. Ford knew about the problem and no joke in December of 2019 they told me 4-6 month wait on a fix...
no way. Sorry my man. Maybe in the future. Someone here will argue for sure but for Rivian and the general population, adaptive cruise control is safer. It is always looking at the road, not glancing at a cell phone or grabbing a drink or yelling at the kids in the back seat. So i would imagine...
The truck uses the brakes towards the end of a full regenerative braking application. I can hear mine squeak every now and then because even after 11,000 miles my rotors are shinny new looking. So unless OP received vehicle and the accident was the first time the brought the truck to a stop it...
No reinforced body shield here.
Just passed 10,000.
40% driving 65 mph or over
60% under 55 mph hilly driving with lots of elevation change
My average over the life of the truck is 2.32.
Probably so many variables that to notice the difference you would really need to do a controlled...