Oh yea, me too. Typically I'm not a fan of black with wood but this seems to work. Again, not sure if it's the effect of the pictures but the black seems more of a dark muddy color. None the less, sharp.Definitely prefer Black Mountain over the Forrest Edge green color scheme.
Hah, that hadn't occurred to me until now. All the vehicles I've owned since 1988 have had the F-N-R located coming up through the floor center console. Looks like I'll loose a hand rest.1) Lever behind right side of steering wheel.
I noticed the glare as well. There were high intensity spots set up around all of the cars though and so I don't know how much of it was from that. I also hope we'll see good anti-glare glass there.I've previously wondered about glare on the displays especially the driver instrument display. Most vehicles have a hood or overhang over the instrument display to help reduce glare but the both Rivians do not. Not sure if the glare is due to the angle of the pics and/or the lighting but a few of those pics have some pretty extensive glare coming of them. If Rivian is not going to use a display hood you would think they would at least use a matte or anti-glare screen. Perhaps they did and it's not noticeable from the pics. I defer to those present if you picked up on this or not.
Thanks for the summary - appreciated. And thank everyone for the great photos. I think the R1T gets better looking with each new appearance. Perhaps they’ll surprise us at San Francisco with a new color R1S?Here are a couple of other pictures from the Seattle event. The first is of RJ addressing the 4-6pm crowd. I think that a few people had already left by then (although we were strongly encouraged to stay until he'd spoken) and there were some people who couldn't be torn away from the vehicles but this was most of the attendees. He had a few words about their work with Amazon (nothing that hasn't been in the news), a promise that the mythical configurator would answer questions about dates and options that they weren't quite ready to discuss yet, a general "thanks for coming," and appreciation for the enthusiasm. There was plenty of that - both from the attendees and Rivian reps.
And then here's a shot of the rear drive assembly which I appreciated both for what it can do and as industrial art.
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