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Discussion in 'Rivian' started by Rob Lay, Sep 26, 2021.
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This one a friend by Gleenwood Springs, Colorado.
Does it count if we spotted a Rivian on the Blue Origin broadcast this morning? Looked like one among the fleet of cars that drove out to pick up Captain Kirk and the other rocket-launched folks after they landed in the desert with a "thump!"
That definitely counts! Really great to see Rivian get a chance to show itself off on such a big stage.
I saw one in the wild on Hanover Street in Palo Alto this morning. It went by me before I could react and snap a photo.
I'm in the wrong part of the country (Florida)!
I see one sometimes in the Stanford research park in Palo Alto as noted above.
Recently on the ramp from 237 west to Highway 101 north was behind a transport truck carrying two.
I've seen like 5 R1T's in the past week. They are quickly becoming commonplace in the bay area.
Yesterday, a friend of mine spotted what is very likely the first in Tallahassee, Florida. Also in El Cap Gray, she liked the size and thought it was "cute."
...and I've now seen one in town here too. Though, it was white, so a different vehicle than the one I know is owned in the area.
Spotted it at night in traffic. That light signature really stands out!
On 8/23/22 I saw a Rivian on Chincoteague Island, Virginia.
This is a rural place. Chincoteague is nestled between the Chesapeake/Delmarva Peninsula and a barrier island. The Virginia part of the peninsula and the island are low density (~10ppl/sq mile) The barrier island is all national seashore or state preserve. Pop of the island is about 2,400 with a robust tourist industry though we were there well after the busy time.
The Rivian startled me. Maybe they have not sold many, but they are well distributed. I did not notice the plates.
I saw one yesterday.