Lucid has finally unveiled its first car’s production version, the Lucid Air, a luxury electric sedan.
There won’t be many surprises for those of you who have been following previous updates from the auto-maker, because Lucid has steadily leaked the most relevant information.
But with all the finishing details it’s always worth digging a little deeper. Not much has changed since version 2017.
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It features very basic but elegant lines, resulting in an eye-catching luxury sedan that looks small from the outside but feels big inside.
With the Air, Lucid followed a design philosophy inspired by California, which transpires throughout the entire vehicle, particularly with the color schemes.
Here are a few pictures of the Lucid Air’s exterior:
The interior is very different from what we saw on the project that was unveiled a few years earlier.
Much of the changes took place in the back seat, which Lucid toned down considerably in the production version:
As for the cockpit, there is still that large curved instrument cluster in the center console and a retractable screen in it.
Lucid Air Specifications
Due to Lucid’s slow drip of information leading up to the unveiling, we already knew about the headline-making specs but now they have released more details for all the different trims.
Here are the main Coherent Air specs.
The 503 miles can only be reached if you go for the 19′′ wheels for the Dream Edition, which will be the first to be shipped and needs a larger deposit to book.
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If you choose the AeroDream 21 “cool wheels the range will drop to 465 miles. How are you going to live on just 465 miles?
Lucid announced that the largest battery pack would have a capacity of 113 kWh, and the first to be released in the GT and Dream models.
The vehicle is also fitted with a 19.2 kW onboard bidirectional charger allowing vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-vehicle charging.