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Does anyone have information on, what type of CPU and Graphic chips does Lucid use in the interior of the car. With cars produced later in the year do they plan to use faster chips and graphic GPU cards or does processing power remain the same for a model.

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Interesting, what is the source where you heard they plan to use faster chips? I do know software optimization is real and improved code can go a long way toward performance and speed of how software functions. Guessing here, being in IT and understanding software, one; it's not fully optimized due to all the updates and planned changes coming, two; it's currently focused on critical operations, once critical operations are optimized they can use the rest of the performance for other things.
 

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Interesting, what is the source where you heard they plan to use faster chips? I do know software optimization is real and improved code can go a long way toward performance and speed of how software functions. Guessing here, being in IT and understanding software, one; it's not fully optimized due to all the updates and planned changes coming, two; it's currently focused on critical operations, once critical operations are optimized they can use the rest of the performance for other things.
Asking a question, if with time they plan to use faster chips, have not heard. During a stop by at the Millbrae service center, tried toggling between navigation from the home screen and took its sweet time to load, as if using a 586 processor from 2001. Our Jaguar F-Pace from 2017 loads and switches way faster. Seems to be more of a low spec hardware issue along with software optimization, either RAM is less or they are not using solid state storage. In 2022 the expectation would be it work at least as fast as a decent laptop or tablet in loading programs. If someone from Lucid is reading this, better to have the fastest chips with SSD which is quite cheap these days and give users a snappy experience, when switching software. The last mile a.k.a customer experience has to be one of using the best technology, only then then the best EV technology will translate to $ and higher volume sales. A big Lucid fan and wishing they plug this gap like yesterday.
 
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