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I like the startup light sequence, its brief and subtle, but has a little flair, which is great for long term usage.

The height adjustment was also nice to watch.

Thanks for sharing.
 


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So what are the heights? 8, 10, and 12? That looks like it went up quite a ways
 

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Kept the height when moving pretty quick out of the parking spot. Not sure what speed they got up to (not very fast lol) but cool to see you can hold the height higher while driving.

Went up quick.

Also, next fud article is, "Cybertruck suspension already creaking 3 days BEFORE launch event, gas still superior to electric."
 

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Cybertruck suspension already creaking 3 days BEFORE launch event, gas still superior to electric.
My R1T did the same thing when going to the highest settings or camp mode. The geometry of the suspension is changing and puts stress of the system. You should roll the vehicle as you are going into or out of the highest setting.

I think the highest setting on the Rivian is maxed out at 20 mph and 40 for the high setting. Any current R1T or R1S owners out there to confirm this?
 

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My R1T did the same thing when going to the highest settings or camp mode. The geometry of the suspension is changing and puts stress of the system. You should roll the vehicle as you are going into or out of the highest setting.

I think the highest setting on the Rivian is maxed out at 20 mph and 40 for the high setting. Any current R1T or R1S owners out there to confirm this?
Oh for sure. Allowing the wheels to roll would help. I just know what the fuddy duddys are gonna say lol
 


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My R1T did the same thing when going to the highest settings or camp mode.
that truck was being raised to high, also

which means that around 30min it’ll sink back down

driver was showing off high stance (perhaps at camera man’s request)
 

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Thought the same thing!
The boombox better have the woosh woosh Kitt sound too! Maybe Grok will come one day with a software update.
 

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that truck was being raised to high, also

which means that around 30min it’ll sink back down

driver was showing off high stance (perhaps at camera man’s request)
minutes or at 30 mph?
 
 




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