Lucid Motors appears to be on the ropes financially. It is looking to raise money from investors and is shopping itself to other companies like Ford. Not interested, Ford says.
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A few months ago, there was a video highlighting a Lucid Air prototype hitting a top speed of ~217 mph. Now there’s a new video that makes the first one essentially irrelevant — one showing a Lucid Air Alpha prototype reaching a top speed of 235 mph at a high-speed ring track in the state […]
Porsche claimed its 19th victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race last weekend, but will it continue in endurance racing or shift its focus to Formula E?
The launch edition of the all-electric Lucid Air luxury sedan will cost around $165,000, according to recent reports — quite a premium over the expected ~$100,000 cost of a standard edition of the model.
Lucid Motors has begun taking refundable deposits for its 1000-horsepower, 400-mile all-electric sedan, the Air. While the deposits are reportedly completely refundable, they are still pretty substantial … so it will be interesting to see how many the firm manages to take (if it ends up publicly revealing these figures).
The recently unveiled Lucid Motors “Air” is a beautiful car (beautiful as far as cars go, anyways), but we’ve yet to see much of it in the wild (outside of promos and car shows), leaving those with a potential interest perhaps a bit hungry for more media.
Lucid Motors has taken the wraps off its first car, the Lucid Air. The car can be equipped with a 135 kWh battery for up to 400 miles of range and can hit 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.
Remember CODA, Th!nk, and Project Better Place? They’ll soon be joined by Lucid, which plans to beat Tesla with a 1,000 HP, $100,000 electric sedan. Uh huh.
Lucid Motors has picked Samsung SDI to supply it with advanced lithium ion batteries it says have a higher energy density and greater resistance to damage from frequent high power charging. It hopes to build its first production cars in 2018.
Lucid Motors will build a $700 million factory in Casa Grande, Arizona southeast of Phoenix to produce its first premium electric cars. Production is scheduled to begin in 2018.
Lucid Motors brought a prototype sedan to the LA auto show. The car is shorter and lower than a full size sedan but is said to feel like “an executive jet” on the inside. Will it ever get built?
In the past week, Atieva has changed its name to Lucid Motors and release a few teaser photos of its proposed electric sedan. Do these photos stir your passions?