Lucid Air (2019) Tesla Model S killer?



The 2019 Lucid Air all-electric sedan combines forward-looking design with groundbreaking technology to establish an entirely new class of vehicle. Featuring full-size interior space in a mid-size exterior footprint, the autonomous-ready Air will be available with up to 400 miles of range and 1,000 horsepower. The Air will be manufactured in Casa Grande, Arizona, and deliveries will begin in 2019, with prices beginning at $52,500 after federal tax credits.

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Base Lucid Air
● 240-mile range
● 400 horsepower (rear-wheel drive)
● All hardware necessary for autonomous driving
● 12-way power front seats
● LED multi-lens array headlights
● Four screens, with interactive-touch surfaces on three
● 5-seat configuration with a rear bench seat
● 10 advanced airbags
● Aluminum roof
● 19-inch wheels
● 10-speaker audio system
● Over-the-air software updates
● Pricing: from $52,500 after federal tax credits

Options
● 315-mile and 400-mile-range battery options
● Up to 1,000-horsepower twin-motor configuration, with all-wheel drive
● Fully active suspension, delivering a world-class ride
● Glass-canopy roof
● Rear executive seats that recline up to 55 degrees
● 22-way power front seats with heating, ventilation, dynamic bolsters, and massage
● 21-inch Lucid-design wheels
● 29-speaker audio system with active noise cancellation
● Expanded leather trim with corresponding material upgrades

Launch Edition
● The first 255 customer cars will be Launch Edition cars
● 315-mile range
● 1,000 horsepower, all-wheel drive
● 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds
● Autonomous driving hardware
● 21-inch Lucid-design wheels
● Upgraded audio system
● Unique colors and badging
● Pricing: over $100,000

44 Replies to “Lucid Air (2019) Tesla Model S killer?”

  1. John Forbes

    It sounds like everyone is missing this is not trying to compete with anything that Tesla currently has on the market. This vehicle is competing with the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes 550 Series, and the Bentley's Continental Series, these vehicles are designed for people looking to spend over 100k and sit in the back most of the time. That is why they are so focused on the rear seats. In contrast, Tesla has there midlevel sports car "the S Series", the compact sedan "3 series" and the crossover "X series." They are filling a market where there is currently no electric car competition right before the competition arrives.

  2. Barbara Brinkmeyer

    kano b … it's underway. Billionaires are experiencing more challenges with respect to the Hyperloop. However, at the vehicular level, lags have more to do with obtaining clearance at Fed'l regulatory levels; ie., overcoming developmental challenges, then incrementally presenting various car models (once stringently consistently tested for safety) so that these vehicles will be readily placed into the hands of everyday consumers. Of course, by satisfying scalability challenges, these outcomes are frequently dependent upon various project funding requirements). Kindly be patient. Give it time. Everything will emerge.

  3. Casius CBU

    if you guys soooo goood why problems still occured? as in everyday occurence worldwide, example some roads turned into spaghetti like for no reason adding risk towards motorist.

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