Tesla Killer Lucid Tests a Prototype Of Its Air Electric Car At High Speed – Video

Lucid Air

Lucid is becoming a serious Tesla competitor, and the Air just underwent another milestone: High-speed testing. A performance-targeted prototype version of its flagship Air car, the first it’s intending to bring to production, hit Ohio’s 7.5-mile TRC test track to check out how it holds up under high-speed use, including a (software limited) top speed of 217 mph.

Lucid Air

The performance testing is designed to help the team know where the car is performing as expected in situations that, while not likely to be encountered often in daily use, will still show part of the charm of the vehicle to its first customers. The Lucid Air will cost $52,500, once federal tax credits are applied, so while it’s not at the lofty height of the Tesla Model S, but it is a lot, what you think?

The Lucid Air will cost $52,500, once federal tax credits are applied, so while it’s not at the lofty height of the Tesla Model S, it’s still very much vehicle owners will expect to keep up with others in the premium category.

Check out the test video below.

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