I just saw the news on the updates Tesla made today to Model S and X. The electric drive units seem far more advanced with higher efficiency despite still using same battery pack size (100 KwH) and much more range than before (325 miles in the Model X using 100 KwH battery pack). Is it possible Rivian will update its motor technology to take maximum advantage of its 180 KwH battery pack before production next year? OR will they stick to current specifications and bare the competition from Tesla's improved motor efficiencies once applied to their own truck slated to be released later this year? I'm starting to worry if Rivian does not take advantage of their larger battery packs or improve motor efficiency, then the glitz of the "Largest battery pack" will be outshined when competition will be able to deliver on higher range on just 100 KwH. New motor efficiency for Model S and X are in ballpark of 3.5-3.7 Kw/hr as compared to 2.27KW/hr and 2.2 kW/hr for R1S and R1T respectively. I would love to hear what you guys think and what possible outcomes could come forth!