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j-ten-ner

Rivian R1T...what do you think of that?

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I think that the numbers are quite optimistic for a serial production. Maybe only because they're mind-blowing.

The price is competitive. Just take a look at the new car-lot of your trusted GM (or Ford or Ram etc.) dealer.

They still have to put some work into the (especially front) design though lol.

 

so long

j-ten-ner

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Numbers are crazy, but Atlis Motor Vehicles has made a truck that is good looking, all electric, crazy numbers, and some BS about 15min charging. Like to know what you all think.

Atlis Site:

http://www.atlismotorvehicles.com/xt-truck4

 

TFL Truck talking about it:

 

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I like it, and frankly if these are taken seriously, hopefully it'll  force everyone to up their game.

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I like the idea of electric for much of my driving, but charging infrastructure in remote areas is a deterrent.  I'd rather have a plug in hybrid that delivers commuting via battery, and road trips with the trailer via a strong gas engine. 

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