Configure your dream Rivian R1T and R1S

Rivian has finally released its online configurator and it's a lot of fun

8w ago

We have been promised the Rivian R1T (pickup) and R1S (SUV) for a long while now. They properly emerged last year but we haven't really heard anything since...until now.

Rivian has just released its online configurator to the public and I've had some fun playing around on it. Granted, you don't get quite as many options as you do with the Porsche configurator, but as with all EV ones, it's mostly just colours and batteries.

So, I took it upon myself to spec an R1T and an R1S and this is what I came up with.

Ben's Rivian R1T spec ($93,300):

Ben's Rivian R1S spec ($85,500):

I don't really care if you hate them, because I like them, especially the pickup spec. That is really something special. And as you can probably tell, the R1S is a just a bit of fun, but I would actually buy that, if I had the $90k-ish they were after.

The Rivian R1T has an estimated range of over 400 miles with the additional $10,000 'Max Pack', whereas the R1S only has 300 miles of range, which is still pretty good when you consider the weight.

Here's my challenge to you: Click the link below to spec your dream Rivian R1T or R1S (or both) and comment the final result down below.

Let's see what you've got!

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Comments (10)

  • R1

      1 month ago
  • I can pick the V8 engine, what's wrong? 😂

      1 month ago
  • Not impressed with the range of colours, for the exterior or the interior. I am a fan of yellow, but not really this one, it looks a little like a baby's nappy! Still, I probably will never get the chance to buy one anyway!

      1 month ago
  • Someone help me please. Why do we have an electric motor for each drive wheel? Is it possible to have one motor (ie: engine) in front with a transmission to transfer that power to the rear wheel and a transfer case if 4x4 to the front wheels? It just seems to me that we could have 1 electric motor instead of 3 or 4. Is there something with electric car design that prevents a flappy paddle shifters and a dual clutch transmission from being used?

      1 month ago
  • R1T

      1 month ago