They really are terrible. It seems lucid is testing a new type of frunk, with one section flipping down and the other flipping up.
What I dont understand is, are you even allowed to put lights on a movable piece of body work? I know that for the rear you cant(lucid put lights when the trunk is open), but what about the frunk? Other users have hypothesized other ways that the frunk works, neverthless it seems lucid is trying to do something new with the frunk. This most likely explains the terrible gaps.
I'm sure Lucid will be building quite a few pre-production Gravities, just as they did with the Air. The Airs that were in the Design Studios well ahead of production were from those builds and were a mishmash of features that didn't always comport with eventual production trims. For instance, at the West Palm Beach studio we saw a Eureka Gold Air with Santo Monica interior (both unique to the Dream Edition) but with a small battery pack -- a configuration that never made it to market.
I'm hoping Lucid will put some of those pre-production Gravity units in the showrooms at the outset of reservations.