I feel fortunate, as I have consistently had pleasant interactions with my DAs. Granted they cannot give very specific info , but I cannot imagine how tightly their hands are tied. Currently , I am working with Jess , and I want to give her a shoutout for putting up with my occasionally inane questions and doing her best to stay realistic. Concerning the horrible communication , the fault lies squarely with management
looking forward to hearing about your delivery experience. I concur with your statement on the SA and DA. I have also had positive experiences in my interactions with them.“These luxury is not way to bring EV to masses, to bring to masses is whatever efficiently produced fastest.” Odd phrasing aside, did Elon drop that gem before or after he introduced his $150K flagship SUV with intricate gull wing doors? And then replacing the steering wheels with yokes?
The reason we’re all looking at Lucid is precisely because Tesla is disinterested in luxury (or serious quality control). If you want no-lux, mostly-built (but arguably efficient) cars decked out with all the software tricks you could ever want (except Apple CarPlay or Android Auto), then you are definitely barking up the wrong tree with this early stage of Lucid!
I’m in the midst of getting my delivery scheduled. (March 29 confirmation and July 15 VIN for a black GT with Tahoe interior.) I’m looking forward to owning a luxury EV built by people who truly love cars.
BTW, My DA and SA have been consistently professional and pleasant. They’ve almost gotten me to the finish line. And I deeply appreciate it!