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The Lucid Motors Air Wipes The Competition! (Original Review, Pictures & Video — Part 2)

February 16th, 2017 | by Nicolas Zart

On Tuesday, we looked at the unveiling of the wildly impressive Lucid Motors Air at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles. The Air's performance was already noteworthy on paper, but my test ride was beyond expectations. I haven't been this happy about a new electric vehicle, EV since the unveiling of the Tesla Model S P90D, and before that, the Roadster and AC Propulsion's eBox


The Lucid Motors Air Is Amazing! (Original Review & Pics & Video — Part 1)

February 14th, 2017 | by Nicolas Zart

In a previous article on CleanTechnica, I dissed the Lucid Motors Air introduction as yet another electric vehicle (EV) hypercar. Boy, was I wrong! An EV hypercar it is, and a real one at that. Hot on the heels of Faraday Future's second odd CES presentation for its FF91, the Lucid Air seemed like yet another unobtainium hyper-EV. I missed a few points I'll clarify here. Last night, Lucid Motors introduced its wild EV called the Air to a bewildered crowd at the Los Angeles Petersen Museum. We took a ride in it and it is anything. but. vaporware


Lucid Motors Has Begun Taking Refundable Deposits For Air

February 10th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Lucid Motors has begun taking refundable deposits for its 1000-horsepower, 400-mile all-electric sedan, the Air. While the deposits are reportedly completely refundable, they are still pretty substantial ... so it will be interesting to see how many the firm manages to take (if it ends up publicly revealing these figures)


Lucid Motors (Atieva) Factory For 400-Mile Atvus To Be In Arizona

November 30th, 2016 | by James Ayre

Until now, it's been something of a mystery where Lucid Motors would be manufacturing it's rather appealing looking 400-mile Atvus electric vehicle, and if the company would actually be able to meet its goal to begin sales in 2018. Considering the people involved with the company, though, it seemed likely that there must be serious plans of some kind


Billionaire Behind LeEco (& Faraday Future) Slashes His Pay To 1 Yuan Because Firm Is Running Out Of Cash From Rapid Expansion

November 8th, 2016 | by James Ayre

Following on our earlier report that Faraday Future was behind on the payment of a $21 million deposit to the construction firm AECOM, the billionaire behind the electric vehicle firm, as well as LeEco and reportedly now Atieva to some degree, has released a letter to employees at LeEco admitting that the tech giant was running out of cash because of rapid expansion


BAIC Buys Atieva

December 12th, 2015 | by Steve Hanley

Originally published on GAS2. Atieva is one of those shadowy new automobile startups that has been hiding behind a wall [&hellip



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