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Having just received my Lucid and setting everything up, I’ve started thinking about winter driving on icy roads. Has anyone had experience with this that they can share? There is a slight upward incline heading to my house that concerns me. Does the car do well in this situation or should I be looking at snow tires?
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Having just received my Lucid and setting everything up, I’ve started thinking about winter driving on icy roads. Has anyone had experience with this that they can share? There is a slight upward incline heading to my house that concerns me. Does the car do well in this situation or should I be looking at snow tires?
Thank you for any input.
Good luck if you have 21” been trying to find all season tires since I got delivery. Let me know if find them!!
 

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Having just received my Lucid and setting everything up, I’ve started thinking about winter driving on icy roads. Has anyone had experience with this that they can share? There is a slight upward incline heading to my house that concerns me. Does the car do well in this situation or should I be looking at snow tires?
Thank you for any input.
Welcome to the forum. You'll definitely want a good set of winter tires. The 19" wheels with these Pirelli Sottozero 3 tires (or an equivalent) seems to be a good way to go.
 

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Expecting delivery in December, I asked this question of my “delivery specialist” as I like a nice ice tire such as Blizzaks but the Lucid is a porker weight wise. Response was a hair north of crickets.
I used Blizzaks on my S550 each winter worked great. This going be a problem with these summer tires!! Talked to someone that has friend that used Michelin all season tires. Let us know how you make out!!
 
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