Tag: Lucid Air
Lucid Motors announced that it entered a preliminary agreement with Electrify America to provide Lucid customers with a nationwide charging plan.
The rumors about Saudi PIF’s interest in Lucid Motors seems to be true and the latest news is that the wealth fund will invest over $1 billion in the company.
Lucid Motors revealed that it's outgrown its Menlo Park headquarters and is moving to a larger facility in Newark, California.
Lucid Air attracted a lot of attention at the Monterey Car Week, highlighting what the future of the electric luxury car could be alike.
Lucid Motors is at the crossroads as the company needs to figure out which way will be best for the introduction of the Air. Sell out? Or raise more funds?
With the software limit removed, the Lucid Air electric car hit an astonishing top speed of 235 mph on a high-speed oval.
According to Lucid, the Air will eventually compete in multiple markets. With its focus on luxury and comfort, autonomous ride-sharing is the end goal.
The Lucid Air is not only upscale and roomy, it's ultra-luxurious, with space beyond its class. The Air aims to compete with German luxury automakers.
Lucid brings us gorgeous images showing the Air's design cues, colors, materials, and finishes, and how the inspiration comes from the California landscape.
Peter Rawlinson, CTO of Lucid calls the Air revolutionary compared to Tesla Model S because its more compact on the outside and much more spacious inside
Emerging luxury all-electric automaker, Lucid Motors, will move forward with its Series D financing round, with a goal of raising money toward its $700 million...
Peter Rawlinson, Lucid Motors CTO and former Tesla Model S chief engineer, told Inverse that a Tesla Model 3 competitor is far off, but an SUV may come sooner.
Whipping the Alpha Speed Car around the 7.5-mile oval at TRC Ohio proved that a prototype Lucid Air can handle high speeds for extended lengths of time.
Our latest dig through the US Patent Office filings shows off a way to better fast charge a Lucid Air, wirelessly charge EVs from Nissan and BMW, and more.
The Lucid Air EV will start at $60,000, before incentives. Options, like increasing range from the 240-mile base to 315 or 400 miles, can push it over 100k.