Creating a carmaker from scratch and launching a high-quality and attractive production vehicle is not easy. So, Lucy deserves a lot of respect for doing this, but her luxury Air sedan is the subject of a new recap.
While Lucid Air has created most of its themes thanks to the performance it offers, the leading range in its class, and the stylish interior, the automaker is proud of how it packs the sedan. The new video details Lucid’s “concept of space.”
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The video is presented by Peter Rowlinson, founder and CEO of Lucid, who explains how the Air is covered and how Lucid can expand the interior without creating a car that looks like a big limousine.
Rawlinson says Lucid spent a lot of time creating the air to ensure that the cab stretched as far forward as possible and paid special attention to keeping the driver’s and front passenger’s legs as close to the front wheels as possible. Lucid’s advanced Air platform and its innovative front-end crash structure allow it to achieve this. Lack of engine and transmission also helps. Lucy also pushed the rear passenger’s point H as far back as possible. The result is that a person who is 6’6 inches tall can sit in the front, and a person who is 6’7 inches can sit in the back without any difficulty.
During the clip, Rawlinson also explains Lucid Air’s intricate front-end set. The bumper is mostly made of lightweight aluminum and cast black plastic and has many radars, cameras and a 120-degree solid LiDAR. The bumper also includes two vortex ducts that supply air to the two front radiators.