There was a Launch Edition last year and there has been talk of a sub-$70k Explore base trim level for some time, but that hasn't materialized yet, so we only have one trim of the Rivian R1T - the Adventure - for the 2023 range. For your $73k, you get the baseline mechanical specifications, which is to say 533-hp dual electric motors and the Standard 105-kWh battery pack. Standard fare includes 21-inch alloys, height-adjustable air suspension automatic LED headlights with auto high beams, a glass panoramic roof, an air compressor, leatherette upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, and a 16-inch touchscreen with Wi-Fi, Alexa voice commands, and navigation, but no smartphone mirroring. Standard driver assists include automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot and lane-keep system, and a surround-view camera. Larger batteries, more power, a quad-motor setup, a cargo cover, larger or smaller wheels, and upgraded underbody protection are all on the options list.
Though not a package, it should be noted that Rivian R1T trims are offered with the 835-hp quad-motor setup. A Large and Max battery pack are also offered, but the quad-motor setup can only be had with the Large battery. Other extras are available as well, such as reinforced underbody shielding for $2,000, a $1,800 manual tonneau cover that can be stored in the Gear Tunnel, and a $750 wall charger that allows you to add 25 miles of charge to the battery from your home power supply. The Rivian Camp Kitchen is engineered to fit into the Gear Tunnel and slides out. It's a full-featured kitchen, but pricey at $6,750, and at the time of writing, Rivian has temporarily withdrawn its availability. Ditto for the $1,500 Gear Tunnel Shuttle, which provides you with the slide-out table but not the kitchen, to which you can attach and from which you can power various accessories.