LIMESTONE Rivian Club

camaroz1985

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I was configured with limestone for a while but switched off it until there is more info. I expect it's a not looking right and they'll ditch it or reformulate it before it's actually out in the wild.
I still think once the launch edition has completed they will reformulate launch green to be slightly more gray, and that will be limestone.

Now that doesn't account for launch edition people that picked limestone, but there is no room for reason in my tin foil cap.
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Maybe that’s why they’ve held it—because it’s close to Launch Green.
So far this makes more sense than they're still working on the color. I'd imagine there has to be one reservation holder that picked Limestone with a delivery date planned in the 1H of the year. And the CS line that its on the factory floor already means there's at least some idea of how it will look.
 

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I have seen an order tracker on another forum and there are several Limestone R1T's scheduled for delivery in the Feb-May timeframe, so my guess is that we'll finally see it in the next month or so.

Limestone is my first choice, but I currently have my R1T configured with El Cap.
 

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I still think once the launch edition has completed they will reformulate launch green to be slightly more gray, and that will be limestone.

Now that doesn't account for launch edition people that picked limestone, but there is no room for reason in my tin foil cap.
Disagree. Have seen samples of both up close in person and they are not close.

I have a car that’s a similar sort of grey to limestone and pictires simply don’t capture it properly. Colour flop is a PITA.

Can’t go off of pictures for paint colours, especially ones not taken with proper white balancing etc viewed on uncalibrated displays.
 
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