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News First Lucid Air Deliveries Take place on October 30th

First Lucid Air Deliveries Take place on October 30th

The first Lucid Air owners will get to experience range and power later this week as they take delivery of their new EVs


  • Lucid’s planned a Dream Delivery event surrounding these first deliveries.

  • So far, Lucid’s received over 13,000 reservations for the Air.

  • The Air is assembled in Arizona.


It’s official: The first sold production Lucid Air premium electric sedans will hit the road later this week, on October 30th. The start-up EV company’s made huge strides over the last 20 months or so and will finally see its baby, the Air, in the hands of awaiting owners.

Lucid Air to Start at $105,000 in Canada

The number of highlights surrounding the Lucid Group is astonishing. Above all is the range that the company has managed to squeeze out of its batteries despite the size and power of the Air. In fact, the Air is the world’s first 500-mile electric vehicle, that’s 500 miles of range or about 805 km. Those who opt for the Dream Edition will be privy to a whopping 520 miles of range or about 837 km. These numbers best the best that Tesla has to offer, and by quite a margin.

This Saturday, the first group of Dream Edition reservation holders will take delivery of their vehicle at a special invite-only Dream Delivery event in California. These first Lucid Air EV are Dream Edition models feature a 118kWh battery pack and deliver up to 1,111 horsepower or 520 miles of range.

Lucid to build 520 Dream Editions to commemorate record-breaking 520 mile EPA range

The limited-run Dream Edition is the fastest and most powerful version of the Air capable of reaching 60 mph from a standstill in only 2.41 seconds and the 1/4-mile in 9.67 seconds. Despite the performance, this Air still boasts 471 miles or about 758 km of range.

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