Lucid Motors

In this section of Torque News read the latest news about Lucid Motors, Lucid Air and electric vehicles made by Lucid Motors.
Image showing the Lucid Air's Glass Cockpit and Pilot Panel screens.

The Lucid Air's Control Systems Are Beautiful And Simple To Use

It's all well and good to build an EV with a mammoth 520-mile range, but if it's a pain to use then customers are going to stray. No such problem exists for Lucid, it would appear, as the systems that let drivers and passengers interact with the Air have been designed to combine familiarity and cutting-edge technology. Plus it's got buttons.
Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson gives a speech during as the company's first customer deliveries are made at the Lucid Rally.

South Wales to Silicone Valley (Via Tesla): Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson's Story So Far

For Lucid and CEO Peter Rawlinson alike, Saturday's Lucid Rally marked the culmination of thousands of hours of work and dedication to a singular goal: building the world's finest electric vehicle. Let's take a look at the life and career of the man behind the milestone.
Lucid Air Dream Edition

I Am Impressed By Talking To Lucid's CEO About Lucid Air's Dream Edition

I recently watched an online interview of Lucid Motors CEO/CTO Peter Rawlinson, and Derek Jenkins, their VP of Design, and I got absorbed by their clear and compelling answers about what factors influenced Lucid’s design and their engineering choices, and how they have set themselves up to compete in the quickly growing EV market. One point mentioned was that Mr. Rawlinson would be present for the opening of the new San Jose Lucid Studio this weekend.

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