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Lucid Motors launches 650km range, 480 HP Lucid Air for $77,400

Lucid Air Hero shot

Luxury just got more affordable. Lucid Motors announces most attainable Lucid Air electric sedan yet, Lucid Air, with whopping range of 653km.

Today, Lucid Motors announced the details of the Lucid Air. It’s name is simple, it fits as it is the entry vehicle in the luxury line-up. This superb piece of engineering has just enough of the right features and performance that will make you shy away from other manufacturers.

It has 480HP and is available at $77,400 ($69,900 in the US after tax credit) – and if you are interested, it will cost you a measly 300 bucks (AED / SAR 3,800) to reserve one and you can get it around mid-2021 in the Middle East. This new Lucid Air model initiates the full range of high-performance, ultra-efficient luxury EV sedans, which includes Lucid Air Touring, Grand Touring, and Dream Edition versions.

What $77k get you in the Lucid Air

  • 480 horsepower
  • A projected EPA estimated range of 406 miles on a single charge
  • A single-motor powertrain with optional dual-motor, all-wheel drive configuration
  • A 900+ ultra-high voltage electrical architecture with DC fast charging capability
Lucid Air side shot

The Lucid Air includes Purluxe animal-free interior trim in the Mojave theme, the mammoth 34” Lucid Glass Cockpit curved, floating display, and the largest frunk ever fitted to an electric sedan. Furthermore, the Lucid Air model is also available with DreamDrive, a new benchmark in advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS). This first-of-its-kind platform is exclusive to the full Lucid Air range, combining the most comprehensive sensor suite on the market with a cutting-edge driver monitoring system.

Lucid Air Mojave interior

To know more about all the other trims, visit our EV Buyer Guide for prices, specs and availability.

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