Coming soon in Rivian repair van near you?

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Is that a Rivian stamp on the rear caliper? Looks like it. Definitely not the Brembo stamp, and I've read they were providing the brakes. Maybe Brembo calipers up front while Rivian is doing the rears in-house?
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I was wondering if that was Launch Green, or maybe just the e-coating before any paint. I thought I remember someone mentioning that corrosion dip was part of the inspiration for the Launch Green color.
I believe that is correct...
 

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Is that a Rivian stamp on the rear caliper? Looks like it. Definitely not the Brembo stamp, and I've read they were providing the brakes. Maybe Brembo calipers up front while Rivian is doing the rears in-house?
They aren’t painted yellow either. I’m pretty sure all trim levels are. I’ll be curious to see what’s going on when I see a production vehicle. Maybe they’ll change to all flexible line in that area to a stubby banjo fitting or similar?
 

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They aren’t painted yellow either. I’m pretty sure all trim levels are. I’ll be curious to see what’s going on when I see a production vehicle. Maybe they’ll change to all flexible line in that area to a stubby banjo fitting or similar?
Can't believe I missed the lack of yellow, haha.

More brake caliper porn you say?
Now I need a cigarette and I don't even smoke!
 
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