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News Lucid Air to Start at $105,000 in Canada

Lucid Air to Start at $105,000 in Canada

Lucid has announced Canadian pricing of its first car

  • Three trim levels will be offered for the Air

  • The Dream edition has the longest range of any electric cars, at 830 kilometers

  • Power ranges from 480 hp to 1,111 hp

Lucid Motors is getting ready to enter the Canadian market and the company recently released pricing information for the Air luxury electric sedan.

The Lucid Air will be offered in three trim levels in Canada, with the possibility to get on the waitlist for the Dream Edition, of which the 520 units have already been reserved.

The most affordable model will be the Pure, starting at $105,000. This model will feature a 480 horsepower RWD drivetrain, with available AWD and a range of 653 kilometers.

The next level up is the Touring, which will start at $129,000 and will produce 620 horsepower from a dual motor setup that will give it standard all-wheel drive and a range of 653 kilometers.

The highest trim offered to Canadian buyers will be the Grand Touring, which will deliver 800 horsepower and a range of 830 kilometers, for the asking price of $189,000.

The limited Dream Edition models have already all been spoken for, but the company allows Canadian buyers to get on the waitlist, in case some American customers decide to cancel their order. If some do make it to Canada, they will command $229,000, but this price will give buyers the choice between the Performance and range versions. The first one has 1,111 horsepower and 758 kilometers of range, while the second one has 933 horsepower and 836 kilometers of range, the highest ever tested by the EPA.

Reservations in Canada have already started, so potential buyers can deposit $400 for the Pure and $1,300 for the Touring or Grand Touring directly on Lucid’s website.

In addition, the first Canadian Lucid Studio, the company’s equivalent of a dealership, will open on October 16 at CF Pacific Center in Vancouver, British Columbia. The next Canadian location is planned to be in Toronto, and Lucid wants to add more over the years.

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