Lucid’s Gravity all-electric SUV is expected to be available in 2025, with production not set to ramp up until late 2024. The CEO promises a range of at least 440 miles, potentially exceeding that once the SUV hits the assembly line. Built on a 900-volt electrical architecture, it supports DC fast-charging, can go from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds, and boasts a payload capacity of 1,500 pounds with the ability to tow an additional 6,000 pounds. The interior will feature a 34-inch OLED main display and an optional lower display, offering multi-tasking capabilities. The SUV seats up to seven people and is expected to be priced around $80,000 when it hits showrooms in 2025, though pricing could change.
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