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Hmm. perhaps making a few cars aNd selling them before selling stock would be a good thing.
Stocks represent anticipated value, objective reality is another matter and sometimes irrelevant; let's not forget how long it took for Tesla to actually generate a full year's profit (hint it was last year, 17 years after officially being established) even thought it's market cap was sky high (700 billion in 2020).
 

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Stocks represent anticipated value, objective reality is another matter an not necessarily relevant; let's not forget how long it took for Tesla to actually generate a full year's profit (hint it was last year) even thought it's market cap was sky high (700 billion in 2020).
Thanks. It’s not Tesla I’m worried about.
 

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Partly iffy, but I have faith, it's about all I have, and the technology is fascinating.
The technology is facinating and there is a very large void in the market. Too many people confuse expensive with luxury. I find the constant comparison to Tesla very interesting and I think stock is driven by the comparison, but not looking at the absence of limo EV. Being driven around in a luxury car is far different than FSD.
 

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I just noticed Dolby ATMOS is no longer mentioned on the Lucid Motors website. Instead it says "Surreal Sound." Inquiring minds want to know...
 

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The standout part for me reading the article was when they compared the Air to a GT-R.

The harder I pushed, the better the Lucid Air got. It leaps and bounds out of corners, much like the way a NISMO GT-R behaves. The "throttle" pedal unleashes a tsunami of thrust that the smart all-wheel-drive system takes full advantage of: When you're mostly pointed straight, the Air is mostly rear-wheel drive.
 
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