Lucid Air owners manuals
- Tire noise invades the cabin
- Interior fabrics are not up to the high asking cost
- Braking and handling are not up to class standards
- Laggy and clunky in-car tech
- Fit and finish requires some work
The Lucid Air is a battery-electric sedan made and sold by Lucid Motors. Launched at the end of 2016, it is created to compete with existing brands in the electric vehicle industry, like the Tesla Model S Plaid, the Fisker Karma, the Porsche Taycan, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi.
Lucid Air was developed in the 2010s. A prototype was revealed to the public in 2016. The production version was unveiled in September 2020, and Lucid began production in late 2021.
The Lucid Air is a big electric luxury sedan available in four trim levels: Pure, Touring, Grand Touring, and Dream Edition. The base level Pure will be from 2022. It uses a single motor with rear wheels drive powered by an 88-kWh battery pack. The combo has a total output of 480 horsepower and a Lucid-estimated 406 miles of range. The Dream Edition's EPA range is estimated at 520 mi (840 km) and the launch model is limited to 520 units.
Lucid Air known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about Lucid Air are: