That's not what the chart indicates. The "Gear Tunnel" (350L) is available on all models of the R1T. It is the (95L) under seat volume that is not available on the R1T; presumably where the extra 45KW worth of batteries will be stored.I hadn't realized the 135 model will be faster than the 180. And looks like no under-seat storage for the 180 truck either.
Yes, highway miles can be worse than off road miles. It depends on what you're doing on road and what you're doing off road. If your driving 70+ on the highway versus 30 off road and the off road is reasonably flat then you will get greater efficiency off road. If your off road travels involve going up 45 degree hills repeatedly, then you might do better on the highway.Could highway miles be worse that off road miles?
Also, im guessing the suv will have better highway range. How much could that be?
Yes, easily as LaGuardia to Logan is only 210 miles.So the 180kwh pack on the r1t will last from ny to Boston, so about 430m...
Fixed it for you.Most
peopleTesla owners leave on trips with 90% SoC.
This would not be recommended for a few reasons.What stat would indicate the drain on a stationary battery? So for an example if I park my truck at the airport for two week trip (no charging) with just 9% battery would there be any juice left when I get back? I do leave my car at the airport parking lot quite a bit for travel.
There's no problem with that in a Rivian. A Tesla owner stays out of the lower 20% region if he can but Tesla is the only manufacturer that makes the battery buffer area available to the driver of the car. Rivian does not do this. Thus there is a large buffer between 0 on the gauge and the actual lower limit of the battery capacity and you have no worries if you go down to -10% or so. Others here have all the details of Rivan's BMS and can give us the exact number.That 9% was silly on my part since I live 5 minutes from the airport.
I have parked my Bolt at the Phoenix airport in the summer for 5-7 days and see very little drain on the battery. I try to get to the airport with 50-60% on the battery, being at half charge is best for long term storage of lithium batteries. I also park in a garage, so that the hot sun is not beating down on the car all day, it is worth the few extra bucks a day in parking fees, no matter what car you drive.What stat would indicate the drain on a stationary battery? So for an example if I park my truck at the airport for two week trip (no charging) with just 9% battery would there be any juice left when I get back? I do leave my car at the airport parking lot quite a bit for travel.
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