I'm probably pretty biased as I've had a string of bad luck with their devices/appliances being completely unreliable (phones/washing machine/fridge). I'm hoping I'm wrong, but it also seems like they were "last kid picked" and only one available (Tesla has Panasonic, GM has LG).
Auto tonneau cover as well. I understand the price difference a little bit more in the R1T than the R1S, but still think it's a bit much.. especially when you consider roof options and other extras we don't know about yet. I have a deposit on the SUV and likely won't pay for the Adventure package.
Does anyone know if the Amazon van is of the 135 kWh variant? If that’s the case, they may have chosen to start with the 135 to simplify manufacturing. Launching three vehicles simultaneously comes with challenges, limiting to one battery size out of the gate would help simplify things.
So the starting price for 135kWh version of the R1T/R1S is $67500/$70000 respectively. 180kWh versions for R1T/R1S are Jan2022 and TBD. However, it looks like they will have a 7 seat version of the 180kWh SUV.
" After launch, we’ll announce the timing of our 250+ mile and longer range R1S, also...