Ha! Jokes on them. I’m wearing Arc’teryx.Edmunds: "I think it will appeal to a whole new generation of truckers... affluent techie types with a taste for adventure, the sort of people who wear head-to-toe Patagonia"
Me, a software engineer that has never owned a truck and is currently wearing Patagonia clothing:
I didn't come to this video expecting shots like this.
And I’m in between as a software guy with a cabin in the woods stocked with Carhartt’s and Flannel shirts. 95%+ of my driving will be on paved roads but my driveway is steep enough where after PG&E tracked mud on it, my Prius loses traction and backslides. And the backroad by the wood pile is unpacked and the steep part is unnavigable without 4wd.They don't know me either! My closet is full of Carhartt and Dickies and I live on a farm, lol.
I've read different things. And most posts I've seen mentioned the Road's were the fastest. But yeah to me the "sports" make more sense to give you the highest performance 0-60.4. 0-60 3.5s instead of quoted 3. Rivian does state depends on wheels and tires and I believe fastest time was always based on 22 inch wheels.
I think the 0 to 60 differences have more to do with the tires than the wheels and that we are only talking a tenth of a second one way or another (if that) but here is what Rivian.com has to say about the 22s: "For those looking to take full advantage of their Rivian’s performance in the spring, summer and fall months, the 22" Sport tires provide great traction for on-road handling. This tire’s unique compound provides solid grip on wet and dry road surfaces that enhances acceleration, braking and cornering capabilities. The 22" Sport wheel uses the same tilt-casting process as our 21" Road wheels. The wheels also come in a lighter, high-gloss version with black pockets and a darker option that uses a tinted clearcoat, both featuring the contrasting yellow accent."I've read different things. And most posts I've seen mentioned the Road's were the fastest. But yeah to me the "sports" make more sense to give you the highest performance 0-60.
Do you have any reference for the 22" being the fastest?
Anyone with an early preorder and a 3D printer? I'd buy some inserts for the 20s if they look as good as the prototype vehicles.I believe the 21's come with those by default. There were inserts for the 20's, but I believe those were dropped at some point. Pity as they looked like neat CF inserts.