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Lucid turns to NACS/Tesla Supercharger access starting in ’25

Lucid’s vehicles can charge at Tesla Superchargers by 2025 using an adapter.

V2V adapter allows Lucid Air owners to charge other EVs

Lucid Air’s bi-directional charging allows owners to share energy with other EVs at a rate of up to 9.6 kW.

Lucid Group reports positive financial outlook in Q3

Lucid’s Q3 report includes info on a new SUV, COO appointment, closing an Aston Martin deal and adjusting 2023 production from 8,000 to 8,500.

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 sells 900 fewer vehicles than it produced in Q1’23

Lucid assures it has enough to fund the company through at least Q2’24.

Panasonic Energy supplies batteries for Lucid Air, Gravity EVs

Panasonic Energy Co., Ltd. will supply Lucid Group, Inc. with EV batteries for Lucid’s Air luxury car and Gravity SUV.

Lucid Motors opens retail studio, service center in Montreal

After producing 7,180 vehicles in 2022, Lucid continues to actively expand its physical presence in Canada.

New EV entries cut into Tesla’s EV market share

Tesla is showing the expected signs of shedding market share as more entrants arrive with their own EV contributions.

Lucid Group teases huge range in Gravity electric luxury SUV

Lucid Group promises first luxury electric SUV, Gravity, set to launch in 2024 with reservations opening in early 2023, will have more range than any other EV on the market, apart from the Lucid Air. The company is currently finalizing the vehicle design and specifications, in parallel with continuing the expansion of its AMP-1 factory

The quest for unlimited EV range

How much range do we need? Is 500 miles on a charge enough? Or, do we just want to stop plugging in altogether?

Lucid inks 100k EV deal with Government of Saudi Arabia

Lucid Group, Inc. has announced an agreement with the Government of Saudi Arabia, under which the government will purchase up to 100,000 vehicles over a 10-year period, with an initial commitment to purchase 50,000 vehicles and an option to purchase up to an additional 50,000 vehicles over the same period. “Delivering up to 100,000 Lucid

EV range is becoming a problem of the past

Most consumers don’t actually need the EV range they think they do.