Between the Lucid Air reveals and Battery day, it’s going to be a informative month, I hope.Can't wait to see this:
I was told that all will be revealed. My Sales Associate has scheduled a call with me after the Reveal to discuss all.Or is there something about feeding current to three motors instead of two that opens up the battery pack's output capacity? Or is there a bigger battery pack in the works for a trip-motor vehicle?
It’s similar to the nonsensical arguments encountered from ICE-only people when we got our first S (and still get at times).Oh, they've already started, along with all the "this is a one-off prototype; show me a real car" nonsense.
Come early next year, the arguments will be "it'll fall apart in a year", "Tesla will have full self driving that will get you to Australia and back on a single charge", etc.
Nothing Lucid has released makes me think it’s either/or, or that this performance is at the expense of being a luxury car. Many of their releases have suggested a true luxury car, although those simply lack the conspicuousness of 1/4 and range numbers.It’s great to read all this info that is slowly leaked out every few days. However, when I last checked my last 1/4 mile time it was 40 years ago in a Chevy. What’s really important to me is whether I can get a nicely optioned car for under $125k. The Porsche Taycan($130k minimum for a nicely optioned car) was supposedly going to sell 20,000 Cars Worldwide but has only sold 4500 in 6 Months. Yes I would prefer to own a Lucid Air(non Dream Edition) vs Tesla but I don’t want to pay a huge premium so that I can say I have the fastest car on the Track. If Tesla had a nicer interior I might change my mind. I guess we will know on 9/9.