Lucid Air Sapphire final production specs released

Lucid Air Sapphire final production specs released

Lucid Group's Lucid Air Sapphire EV includes a 427-mile range, and can travel 0 to 60 mph in just 1.89 seconds.

Lucid Group unveiled the final production specs for its new Lucid Air Sapphire EV. The company said its Lucid Air Sapphire achieves an EPA-estimated 427 miles on a single charge. It houses a three-motor powertrain, all developed and manufactured in-house at Lucid, which produces a total of 1,234 hp and 1,430 lb.-ft. of torque. The Sapphire can also travel 0 to 60 mph in just 1.89 seconds and run a quarter mile in 8.95 seconds at 158 mph.

“The technology that underpins Sapphire enables a blend of performance, agility and versatility,” Peter Rawlinson, CEO and CTO, Lucid Group, said. “The result is an extreme performance car that offers responsiveness and everyday practicality.”

“The Lucid Air Sapphire stands as a brand halo for Lucid, representing an example of what our team can accomplish when we combine technology, design and performance into a package,” said Derek Jenkins, senior vice president of design and brand, Lucid Group. “The design of the Lucid Air Sapphire showcases our commitment to automotive aesthetics while delivering a [great] driving experience.”

The Sapphire will be priced at $249,000 fully equipped before tax, title, registration and other fees in the US. Information about availability for markets outside of North America will be released in the future.

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