Lucid designs and produces the most luxurious and powerful electric vehicles on the market. After advancing through the American and Canadian markets, the North American brand began to create bases in Europe, where it has already delivered the first units of the Dream Edition version, the first to be approved in the Old Continent.
All the vehicles to be sold on this side of the Atlantic will be built in Casa Grande, Arizona, like all the others, and the builder led by a former Tesla engineer will have offices in Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, where it will trade its models. These three initial countries will soon be joined by a group of 10 more, namely Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Iceland, Italy, Monaco, Norway and Sweden.
The start of sales in Europe began with the Air Dream Edition saloon, as before in the USA, this being the first Lucid model to be approved according to the European WLTP method. Despite some differences from the American version, the Air Dream Edition, which has already begun delivery to European drivers, is 4,975 meters long, 1,939 meters wide and 1,410 meters high, with a wheelbase of 3.10 m and a trunk of 739 liters. space, including a huge drunk with 280 liters.
As a mechanic, the Lucid Air Dream European Edition is based on a 900V architecture, offering two different solutions. The Performance advertises 1126 hp and a range of 861 km between recharges, while the Range offers slightly less power (946 hp), but more range, claiming 883 km.
Later, Lucid will introduce less powerful but more accessible versions to the European market, namely the Grand Touring, Touring and Pure, the entry-level version. Then there will be the Air Sapphire which, with three engines, will be the sportiest in the range with 1217 hp, with Lucid convinced that it will be able to compete for the status of the world’s fastest saloon with Tesla’s Model S Plaid. .