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I can’t see the colors?





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Rivian R1T 400 mi pack not available until January 2022??
This took the wind out of my sail. I'm feeling crushed right now. I'll step away and take some deep breaths before diving into it but I'm wondering if I can sell off my low preorder spot.
 

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Now I see the announcement about range—you just have to scroll through the ‘Capability’ section.

Bummer.
 

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I see this posted here and another thread but I can’t find it specifically on the website, just the ‘Adventure’ and ‘Explore’ packages that won’t deliver until 2022.

Not doubting, just wanting to see the link.
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I can’t see the colors?
Click on the R1T or R1S page, scroll down to "experience" - click to the right twice and the paint colors scroll through.
 

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Without the 180KW pack, I could care less about a launch edition. Many others on this forum are going to be disappointed about that also. I have also not seen the specs on charging rate on the web site either.
 

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Without the 180KW pack, I could care less about a launch edition. Many others on this forum are going to be disappointed about that also. I have also not seen the specs on charging rate on the web site either.
Also says that the open-air roof won't be available until mid 2022. I'm pretty disappointed about that.
 

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Without the 180KW pack, I could care less about a launch edition. Many others on this forum are going to be disappointed about that also. I have also not seen the specs on charging rate on the web site either.
Looks like it will charge at 200 kW to start out with, I’m sure they’ll update it as they get more feedback from the cars
 

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Well, now I am glad I ordered a Hummer also, this is disappointing.
I understand the sentiment, but there’s still a huge difference in price. I don’t expect the 400 mile Rivian to cost more than $5 to 10k more, so you’re looking at a gap of $30-35k
 

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