Arrow is almost exactly parallel to that dude's shadow.I went back to the original video, and the light is coming from the side almost 90° to the side.. I don’t think it’s a reflection of the pavement. It may be something to do with crash worthiness for pedestrians. A new bumper design?
Nah. The pessimists are saying the price is going to more than double. Then pre-orders would crash and he'd get his truck in March of 2022.That's a bit pessimistic, but okay.
Also, some spy-shots look pre-arranged.I bet the camouflaged Rivians really were set up to draw attention to themselves.
I agree that the Cybertruck looks like a better value on paper, especially since my use-case involves towing a travel trailer and long-term ownership (stainless steel is better for that).I still cant bring myself to see the $70k value of the rivian truck. The $70k ICE trucks out there right now seem way cooler. Now the CT... thats a $70k truck.
Precisely. Tempering expectations.2+ years is a cautious guess. The kind of estimate you make when you are excited about something but don't want to be disappointed later on.
My Android Pixel does the same thing. I thought all phones had that set up on them but apparently not.In this case, it was likely an iPhone camera which records a few seconds of video on either side of the still. It's likely the photographer just snapped a few quick shots which sucked so they made some crappy videos out of it. We looked anyhow.