Through a tweet with which it shares the celebration of such a special day in North American culture as Thanksgiving, the brand has revealed some of its new and ultra-efficient sedan characteristics.
When the pandemic is shaking multiple countries and the economies of entire regions, the California-based brand has donated dozens of turkeys to ACCFB so that those most in need can enjoy the typical dinner of Thanksgiving Day.
“This Thanksgiving, we can’t all be together, but we can still be there for each other. We are working with local food banks to share more than 227 kg of turkey with families in need. May you and yours have a happy Thanksgiving Day «.
Two Large Capacity Trunks
At #LucidMotors, we are celebrating the start of the holiday season by giving back to our local community and donating to @ACCFB.— Lucid Motors (@LucidMotors) November 26, 2020
Wishing our entire community a happy #Thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/nwgOvcFQ3L
In the images, it stands out that both the frunk and the rear trunk have motorized opening, which adds a small detail of comfort in day-to-day use. This element makes a small difference with its more direct rival: the Tesla Model S.
Both the Model S and Model X lack automatic opening and closing of the front trunk.
Lucid Motors has announced these days new details of its more affordable variant. The sedan will be marketed in five versions: Pure, Touring, Grand Touring, Dream Edition, and Performance.
Air Pure will hit the US market in early 2022 and have a starting price of $77,400; however, after applying for the government’s tax credit, they will remain at $69,900.