It's never the same trail twice...yes the trails can change week to week depending on the trail some people don't understand that it seems. There was a good trail in AZ called box canyon in the canyon you could see the water marks on the sides of the canyons where the water would get up to 6 feet high. lots of warnings as well about not going in that trail if there was any rain around or in the forecast.
Im pretty sure the flat towing in the manual refers to long distance towing behind something like a motorhome.the manual says never flat tow so im wondering if we will be able to do this in an emergency.
Well, R1s are really heavy for their size compared to ICE so maybe not as much as you'd expect to need to. They definitely aired down for sand at Rebelle though.Doesn't look like they aired down much at all or any. In my H3 I'll drop down to 12psi if I need the grip. It'll very interesting to see what pressures the R1 vehicles will like.
Good question. The 4 motors and electronically controlled suspension, the chassis design are tremendous, opens up whole new capabilities. However, I also think the R1 platform is too fragile for the specific environment depicted in that video.Might be helpful to know why you think that. I'm not an experienced off-roader but I've had a test drive. IMO, if it can clear it, it can handle it. The immediate torque and 4-motor handling over rocks is a trip.