Also very expensive. That matters.The R1T isn't a work truck - plenty of people that use their trucks for work have pointed this out. It is an adventure vehicle, and it certainly makes sense to prioritize the most adventure-laden areas of the US for their early deliveries. In case you weren't aware, every adventure-inclined vehicle on the market (Tacomas, Jeeps, Outbacks, etc) lists the PNW as their best-selling US market.
Also, it's super easy to sit behind a keyboard and be an internet tough guy calling others names. Grow the fuck up.
Ok, here we go. The implicit bias against the PNW and the southerners!
Tell you what…I’ve never met a southerner who let themselves get ignored. Upon attempt, the rebuttal sentence starts off with a stern “See what we have here” or a “Ya’ll better recognize…”.
Signed a Former Southerner now in the PNW
Since they're sharing the same basic shell, perhaps the pollsters should have simply consolidated Chevy and Lordstown into one entry to tie the CyberTruck for second place: "24% Chevrolord Endurado".This...this is how I know this "survey" is trash...
This isn't even a thing yet and it impressed you how??
Rivian already has more orders than it can fulfill in a reasonable amount of time.This is because Rivians marketing department should be fired. Let's focus truck marketing on soy boys from the Pacific northwest. Congrats you sold 40,000 trucks to them while ignoring the millions of farmers and southerners.
Btw the Tesla model may be better. They have back orders for and years.Yeah it makes no sense to spend money on wider brand awareness before their first factory can really start cranking 'em out in a year or two when word of mouth will do a ton of that for free while they're still getting up to speed. I'd say they've solved any money problems they might have had and then some. Now their biggest challenge is competing for battery and parts supply. I'm still amazed at how fast they started moving in the last 12 months. Did not expect the IPO or international moves to come up this soon.