Get Up Close and Personal with Rivian's Electric Pickup Truck at the Colorado Delivery Center Event

Get Up Close and Personal with Rivian's Electric Pickup Truck at the Colorado Delivery Center Event
Rivian R1T: First Drive in the Groundbreaking Electric Pickup

Rivian is the newest electric pickup truck on the market and has been gaining a lot of attention lately. Recently, the Colorado Rivian Delivery Center held an event for their first 125 reservation holders in Denver. The event was designed to give people a chance to check out the trucks up close and personal, as well as take a ride along with them.

The attendees were impressed by the fit and finish of the trucks, which all looked great. They also got to test out some of the tent accessories that come with the vehicle. One person even reported that they had about 1200 miles on it and estimated its range at 298 miles using conservative driving mode.

Overall, reviews of the Rivian have been positive so far. Car and Driver recently featured it on their cover but gave it a less than stellar review. They said that it wasn't ready to be sold to consumers yet due to issues with the panels and touchscreen. However, other reviewers such as TFL have praised its build quality and smooth drive. Additionally, Edmunds or KBB tested its stopping power from 60 mph and found it satisfactory.

Despite this negative review, many people are still excited about the new Rivian models. It's expected to take another 2-3 years before they become available for purchase, however. In the meantime, those who put down deposits can look forward to seeing more updates from Rivian in terms of charging curves and charging times for long distance trips.

The Colorado Rivian Delivery Center event was a great success and gave people an opportunity to get up close and personal with the new electric pickup truck. It's clear that there is still some work to be done before it can become available for purchase, but those who have put down deposits are excited about what the future holds. With its impressive range, build quality, and smooth drive, it looks like Rivian will soon be a major player in the electric vehicle market.

Where is the Colorado Rivian Service Center located?

The Colorado Rivian Service Center is located at 3893 Steele St. in Denver.

I canceled and reinstated my reservation, how long will it take for the website to be up and running again?

It should take around four or five weeks for the website to be up and running again.

What did Car and Driver say about the Rivian in their magazine?

Car and Driver said that the Rivian was not ready to be sold to consumers yet, but they noted that it had a comfortable ride and a quick 0-60 time. They also mentioned minor panel gaps, but said they were less noticeable than those of a Tesla.

Are there any reviews of the Rivian available?

Yes, Out of Spec, TFL, and other YouTube channels have reviewed the Rivian. Additionally, Edmunds and KBB have tested its stopping power from 60 mph.

How long will it be before I receive my Rivian if I ordered one?

It should take around two to three years before you receive your Rivian.

Are there any issues with charging curves or charging times for long distance driving?

There may be some issues with charging curves or charging times for long distance driving, but this has not been confirmed yet. Rivian has stated that they are working on improving the charging times and curves for long distance driving.

Is there an event coming up at the Colorado Rivian Service Center?

Yes, the Colorado Rivian Service Center is hosting a special event on June 15th. The event will feature a presentation from the Rivian team, as well as test drives of the vehicles.

What should I expect at the event?

At the event, you can expect to learn more about the Rivian vehicles, get a chance to take a test drive, and meet with members of the Rivian team. There will also be refreshments available.

Is there a cost to attend the event?

No, the event is free and open to the public.