The mid-level Touring will also be added, completing the five-model lineup.
The Air Pure is equipped with a metal roof and a different interior.
During the launch event, the company will reveal more details about the Gravity SUV.
Lucid Motors announced it will officially launch two more versions of the Air electric sedan during an online event on November 15.
Called Pure and Touring, these two models will be more affordable trim levels of the vehicle since deliveries began with the more expensive versions, as is often the case with new models.
The Lucid Air Pure will be the entry-level version and it will come with a starting price of $87,400 in the United States. To differentiate this model from the more expensive versions, Lucid will not fit its panoramic glass roof on the Pure and the interior will use a different upholstery material.
This version will come standard with a Dual motor all-wheel-drive powertrain, but that is all we know so far on that front. The full specs for this model and the Touring version will be released during the online event.
Speaking of the Touring, this other new model will be a mid-range version that Lucid calls the “quintessential Air”. This is because this model will offer a balance of luxury and performance with features such as the optional Glass Canopy windshield that reaches up to the heads of the front occupants and the Dream Drive Pro suite of driver assistance features. This model will start at $107,400.
The automaker will also use this event to provide a clearer view of its future, notably by revealing more details about the Gravity electric SUV, which will be the brand’s second model.
In addition, more information about the Air Sapphire, the most powerful version of the sedan, will be released. As of now, the automaker claims this model will be capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in less than 2 seconds, which would make it a direct competitor to the Tesla Model S Plaid.
In terms of pricing, however, the Lucid Air Sapphire will be much more expensive than the Tesla, with a starting price of $249,900 compared to the Plaid’s $127,590.