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It's really great that we now have pricing on the Adventure Gear upgrades.

Happy to add the cross bars and adventure mats. Chilewhat?

$500 wall charger is a reasonable price.

Snagged that Compressor Accessory kit too.

Man $800 spare tire! I miss the days when this was just included.
 

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Kanundum noted a change in the When can I take delivery portion of the FAQ a portion of which now reads: "All other configurations for both the United States and Canada will begin as early as January 2022."
It doesn't actually say deliveries will begin then though. The prior paragraph says LE guides will reach out by November, and then vaguely says non-LE will begin as early as January.

I interpret that to mean guides *may* start to reach out to non-LE as early as January, with absolutely to definition of when to realistically expect those vehicles to start shipping.

Fully acknowledge this may just be me being paranoid, but being so has been appropriate with their language so far.

Edit: I've emailed CS to ask for clarification, because the wording reads like it's intentionally trying to obscure things.
 
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I just take the verbiage to mean that some non LE orders will be delivered before a few of the final LE orders make their way to far out of the way locations. In other words, just because the last LE vehicles may not be delivered until Spring 2022 doesn't mean that all non LE customers will have to wait that long.
 

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It's really great that we now have pricing on the Adventure Gear upgrades.

Happy to add the cross bars and adventure mats. Chilewhat?

$500 wall charger is a reasonable price.

Snagged that Compressor Accessory kit too.

Man $800 spare tire! I miss the days when this was just included.
For the R1S you pay 450 for a donut... a donut!!! Ughhh🤦‍♂️
 

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I'm not a huge off roader so I added
Cross Bars - $450
Wall Charger - $500
Floor mats - $175 (cheaper than weathertech!)
Field Kit - $150 (unnecessary but still kinda cool)
Air compressor - $60

I really hope the charger can be delivered before the vehicle so we can have it installed.
 

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For the R1S you pay 450 for a donut... a donut!!! Ughhh🤦‍♂️
I don't know if it is your run of the mill donut though, it is described as "a compact spare that inflates to full size." Even so, at least it also includes the jack with toolkit, jacking puck and riser base. I think the $450 is certainly worth the peace of mind. Only one of my cars has a spare and that is an uncomfortable feeling; especially considering that highway potholes have claimed three of my tires recently.
 

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I don't know if it is your run of the mill donut though, it is described as "a compact spare that inflates to full size." Even so, at least it also includes the jack with toolkit, jacking puck and riser base. I think the $450 is certainly worth the peace of mind. Only one of my cars has a spare and that is an uncomfortable feeling; especially considering that highway potholes have claimed three of my tires recently.
Don't get me wrong I'm also paying for that sucker, I just hoped I could pay more for the full size on the R1S.
 

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Yeah, delayed. With an R1S now Launch Edition, I should know by November, if I'm getting a launch edition delivery date in as late as June 2022 = ug! Company don't mention seasons or quarters unless they need room all the way until the end.
 

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I now see the other options, they are just grouped together in different categories.

I actually don't mind the shift in the schedule to the right as it'll let us see more EV options. Maybe just me, but with more EVs, price could trend down. The longer the delay, the less the Rivian seems to be a value for those who are not locked into the off roadiness of the Rivian. I still want to support the local business, but if the delta gets too large, will be tough.
 

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