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I suspect the tires will be the same for all. I would gauge the model tire variations to similar cars like the Taycan; if the Turbo uses the same size as the 4S, then the Lucid GT will likely be the same as the Touring and the Pure.
 

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I suspect the tires will be the same for all. I would gauge the model tire variations to similar cars like the Taycan; if the Turbo uses the same size as the 4S, then the Lucid GT will likely be the same as the Touring and the Pure.
There's a good amount of info out there that says a 19" wheel would have better range than the 21". The 19" offering is not attractive.
 

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Yeah, rolling resistance and drag are higher with the larger the wheels. I plan on compromising with 20s, though 21s are esthetically better.
 

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It depends on whether your driving is long distance most of the time.
Otherwise, I would choose 21" especially with three years of free charging at Electrify America. Even home charging is not expensive after hours.
 

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It depends on whether your driving is long distance most of the time.
Otherwise, I would choose 21" especially with three years of free charging at Electrify America. Even home charging is not expensive after hours.
I definitely like the style of the 21". It can snow here in central Indiana so I need the 19" to put snow tires on. Just have to figure out whether to get Lucid wheels or correct wheel size, bolt pattern and width and get my own. I am looking to get a Bend-Pak lift in garage to facilitate wheel swap.
 
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