Yeah. But I doubt it will be possible to modify a Rivian much. Heck, there isn't even room for bigger tires and a lift is out of the question. So we'll have to live with it stock. And it seems that Rivian has chosen the off-road vs street compromises mostly in favor of the later. Not what I would have chosen.Another good point. What we're seeing is a STOCK R1T. Most wranglers you see off-road have so much customization and aftermarket parts that they basically paid twice (or more) for their Jeep.