My wife and I hit the road on Saturday and drove to Lone Pine on the east side of the Sierra Nevada. Here are some pictures.
You have to build and sell the vehicles before it makes sense to build a propriety charging network. Some poor marketing exec trying to copy Tesla. What do they teach in business school these days?Rivian is suppose to install DC fast chargers in these type of remote areas. However, they are limiting them to only Rivian vehicles, which i think is crappy.
Haha, yes I do!Please tell us you got video of this!!!
This is right up there with the photo in Amsterdam, where the i-pace took on the felled tree. LOL
Deep heavy snow can high-center anyone. However, in this case, it didn't help that the driver of the truck didn't know how to put it into 4-wheel low. He pulled out the manual after I extracted the trailer. "Ah I didn't realize you had to put it in neutral." After that he freed himself. They did turn around.How do you get stuck in the one patch of snow in the photo? You need a superhero emblem on the car.
Haha I love the tree work! Wow a Sprinter, that's a big one.This is so cool! What gorgeous scenery!
What wheels and tires are you running?
I have use my car to pull my friends Mercedes Sprinter out of the mud recently and that the other day pulled a tree stump out!
Both time used the front toe accessory.
Awesome! Thank you for sharing! Like you I’m thinking about a more aggressive tire / wheel setup wheel especially for some soft off-roading and winter driving. Your wheels do look great! What is the brand?Haha I love the tree work! Wow a Sprinter, that's a big one.
These are aftermarket 18" wheels that look a little better than the standard 18" wheels. The tires are just the oem Pirelli. I contemplated putting somewhat more aggressive tires on but decided against it for now because it would surely increase noise and decrease range.