Glass Canopy, obviously
Surreal Sound Pro
I note that the price (with options) that I reserved at in December 2021 is $15,000 less than today. That is a substantial increase and I also get 3 years free charging vs 1 year if ordered today.
Good question pjdcorp. The only document I got was a purchase agreement to sign, which I did not print out and can not find in my account on the Lucid Motors website. I think this is the "contract to purchase" that Lucid says is needed to retain the tax credit.
The relevant words from Lucid's email:
"The current text of the bill includes a “transition rule” which may maintain eligibility for Lucid customers who enter into a contract to purchase their Lucid Air before the bill is signed. We would like to extend the possibility of taking advantage of this credit by placing an order for your Lucid Air vehicle, depending on your eligibility for the Federal Tax Incentive."
So yesterday I test drove the 800 hp $154,000 Grand Touring at the Lucid Motors HQ in Newark CA. The car is awesome and deserves to be the Motor Trend car of the year. A great "Studio Advisor" rode shotgun on the test drive. I tried the launch mode on a freeway on ramp. Whoa. Be ready for the thrill of a life time! The car rode great but to be honest my Chrysler 300C rides smoother. The glass canopy is way too cool. After driving with one pedal regenerative braking, I think I prefer that now. Very easy to get used to. Loved the massaging front seat but sadly its not available on the Tour, which I have ordered. I thought the interior was well designed and appropriate for a vehicle in this price range. Plenty of luggage room front and back. The auto park is still a work in progress. The Air tried to perpendicularly park in a parallel space lol. Otherwise I was very happy with the Lucid Air.
The Studio Advisor confirmed that Q4 remains the delivery schedule for the Touring trim.