“The online event will also feature exciting announcements about Lucid’s business and future models, including the Project Gravity SUV, which reimagines the luxury SUV with the same proprietary technology that underpins the groundbreaking Lucid Air,” the automaker said.
Lucid has offered few details about the Pure, confirming in spy shots that it will come with a metal roof rather than panoramic glass on higher trims.
The Pure “stands out with a Mojave PurLux metal roof and interior,” Lucid said. “The Air Pure will initially be available in a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive configuration, with full specifications, including EPA range estimates and additional model details, to be released on November 15.”
According to Lucid, the Touring will be offered with a glass roof.
“It can be equipped with a unique glass canopy, a single piece of glass that extends from the base of the windshield to the heads of the front passengers for an unobstructed view,” the automaker said.
All five Air trims — Pure, Touring, Grand Touring, Grand Touring Performance and Sapphire — will be on display next week at the Beverly Hills store, Lucid said, and are open to the public.
In addition, CEO Peter Rawlinson will deliver a keynote address Automotive news Congress on November 18, talking about how efficiency is critical to the development of electric vehicles. The Air sedan has the longest range of any EPA-rated electric vehicle and is the most efficient in its segment.
Lucid also announced that Derek Jenkins, senior vice president of design and brand, will be presenting at the Car Design Forum at the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 17.