Yep, older pre-production models. That picture is taken right in front of the Hyatt in downtown Normal that Rivian keeps filled with workers while they're in town. North Street is in the background to the right.Logo on RJ's shirt is the correct orientation, so the photo wasn't flipped. Those are older prototypes.
I've been on this trail. Even in a skinny Wrangler there are a bunch of pin-stripers. Can't imagine the damage that would be done on something the width of the CT. And, I'd be awfully pissed trying to pass an oncoming CT on the trail. It's hard enough getting around a normal-sized rig.I'm not sure I'd want to even imagine taking a Cybertruck off-roading
According to the rather hypothetical stats of the prototype (since you're absolutely right that nothing like even a pre-production Cybertruck exists), it's 1/2" wider than then R1T. It is 6" longer. I assume wheelbase will also be longer, which could likely mean a lower breakover angle, although the Cybertruck's 16" vs. 14" ground clearance may help offset the longer wheelbase on breakover and could have other advantages as well. Approach and departure angle are similar 35/28 for CT and 34/30 for R1T.I don't think a CT would fit due to its width, plus add the fact that it doesn't really exist yet.