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Kelley Blue Book: Lucid Air EVs just went up in price by five figures


Electric automaker Lucid

has already mounted a challenge to Tesla

with its opulence and startling range. Now, it’s copying Tesla’s habit of big mid-stream price increases.

The company’s Lucid Air luxury sedan has the longest EPA-certified range, at up to 520 miles between charges. The car has real presence, with a low, wide look that at once seems tailored yet huge.

Like the Tesla Model S, it promises to do almost everything. The most high-performance version leaps from 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds. Its spacious cabin suggests the kind of luxury buyers expect from flagship sedans like the BMW 7 Series or Audi A8. A high-tech driver-assist system with 32 cameras doesn’t quite make the car autonomous, but the potential is obvious.

The Model S is famous for all the same things. But it’s also known for its rapid price jumps. Its entry price went from $69,420 in October 2020 to $104,490 by the start of 2022.

Lucid may steal that trick, too. The company announced a round of five-figure price increases recently.

The new prices:

Lucid also charges a $1,500 destination fee for all its cars.




Air Pure



Air Touring



Air Grand Touring



Air Grand Touring Performance



Customers who have already placed a reservation will not be affected by the increases.

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The company plans to reveal its second vehicle, the Gravity SUV, later this year.

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