Riding with Lucid Motors, the 1,000-horsepower electric car built to beat Tesla

Almost immediately you notice the Air’s large, luxurious interior. And it wasn’t just because the engineering prototype had been stripped of nearly everything inside. No dashboard, no center console, not even a cup holder. Exposed wires lay strewn across the vehicle’s floor.

A huge metal bar ran across the width, holding everything in place. The only hint of Lucid’s high tech ambitions is three digital displays perched behind the steering wheel showing things like vehicle speed and battery power

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