Not Again, Cameron! Alan Ruck Crashes Rivian R1T Through Brick Wall In Hollywood

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The Rivian R1T is a tough truck.

Actor Alan Ruck, who currently stars the “Succession” on HBO, crashed his Rivian R1T through the brick wall of a Hollywood pizzeria on Wednesday night.

According to TMZ, which obtained security camera footage of the multi-vehicle crash, Ruck’s truck ran into the back of another vehicle and pushed it into the intersection of of La Brea Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, before crashing into Rafalo’s Pizza.


#Succession star #AlanRuck crashed his truck into an L.A. pizza shop … causing extensive damage. (📽️: TikTok/olgaparusske)

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The entire front of the electric Rivian pickup, which weighs around 7,000 pounds, was embedded in the building and suffered serious damage, but Ruck was seen walking around apparently uninjured after the incident.

The Rivian R1T is rated a Top Safety Pick+ by the IIHS.

The Los Angeles Fire Department told KTLA that two other vehicles were damaged and a 32-year-old man brought to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The cause of the accident has not yet been determined.


Ruck’s first breakout role as an actor was in the 1986 comedy classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” where he played the titular character’s best friend Cameron Frye.

Frye’s most memorable scene is when he kicks his father’s running Ferrari off a jack, sending it out a window, crashing into a hillside below.

The Rivian R1T currently has a starting price of $73,000 for a dual-motor version with a Standard pack battery pack and 270 miles of range, while a new Max pack that provides 410 miles of driving between charges is available as a $16,000 option.

A top of the line, 835 horsepower Quad Motor R1T with a Large pack rated with a 328-mile range list for $87,000.

The Rivian R1S SUV based on the same platform is also a Top Safety Pick+, but it needed to be redesigned to meet the standard after falling short on the moderate front overlap portion of the test the first time the IIHS evaluated it.