If you want the most range, pay $169,000 for a Lucid Air Dream Edition, which has a 520-mile range (837 Km) according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). That’s almost a hundred miles more than its closest competitor, the Tesla Model S, which costs only $89,900.
According to the company, the EPA has now assessed six variants of the Lucid Air, and all of them can drive longer on a single charge than any other electric car marketed in the United States.
The Lucid Air Dream Edition is available in two variants: Range and Performance. Both have 113 kWh battery packs.
Their race-proven 900V battery and battery management system technology, downsized drive units, and Wunderbox [drivetrain] technology give Lucid Air ultra-high efficiency, allowing it to go further on less battery energy. A low drag coefficient of 0.21 also helps, especially at highway speeds.
All of these variables result in a manufacturing vehicle that can travel 4.6 miles (7.4 kilometres) per kWh. Lucid says that its vehicles will be on sale in the second half of this year.
Reference- Clean Technica, Lucid Air website and Online newsroom, Electrek