Lucid Reveals 2024 Gravity Luxury Electric SUV
Lucid Motors is looking for another smash hit following the release of the Air saloon with a new seven-seat model that is set land in the next two years.
A Luxury Tease: The Lucid Gravity could end up on UK roads © Credit to Lucid Motors
Introducing the new Lucid Gravity, the Silicon Valley-based EV maker’s attempt to enter the electric SUV market in style.
Lucid plans to reveal the Gravity in full this week, but we have been teased with some images that give us an idea of what the vehicle will look like, and how it differs from the forthcoming electric Range Rover.
Gravity will offer seven seats in total, which is sure to appeal to many wanting luxury but not at the cost of space. The full spec has yet to be revealed. Still, we expect it to be five metres long, given its people-carrying capabilities.
Design-wise, one of the first thing’s we spotted was the steeply angled windscreen that extends deep into the bonnet (this is to reduce air pressure at its base).
Other unique elements of the Air includes the full-width front lighting array, the tail light bar, and the horizontal crossbar.
Eagle-eyed followers will notice similarities between Lucid’s current lineup, with the Air’s contrasting roofline carrying over to the SUV. This is one of several features that carry over from EV to EV.
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Like with some of the features, we fully expect the Lucid Gravity to adopt a similar battery/motor technology as the Air. Customers will be able to choose from a selection of range and power options (including tri-motor configurations).
We doubt they offer the smaller 88kWh unit found in the base-level Air, but we reserve the right to be wrong.
Earlier this year, Lucid entered the European market with the opening of its first official retailer in Germany. Rumour has it the EV maker is interested in producing right hand drive models for the UK further down the line.
The Lucid Gravity sounds like an excellent addition to future electric SUV options. We can’t wait to see what is announced later in the week, what about you?