According to Peter Rawlinson they're still on tract to start deliveries this year. But I agree I would like some more updates and promotion from the company about where they are right now.Just wondering. Is a lucid for real? Will they actually make a car? One that a customer owns? With all the other manufactures out there jumping into the EV world, what the heck is taking Lucid so long?
Maybe so. Maybe so.The number one selling car in the UK is the Model 3, and if 10% of the Euromarket is electric, it will only keep rising. 2.3% puts the US behind, but no reason that won't go up. You have to start somewhere; many were pessimistic that Tesla could make it, but they did, so why not Lucid? Some are sure any new company won't make it, but while many do fail, a few will make it through, so long as they have good fundamentals. Rawlinson knows that the Air has to nail it on the initial release which is why the delay is occurring, suppliers are being held to very high standards, which is promising; I am optimistic.
From 1908 to 1927, the Ford Model T dominated sales in America. The price for a Model T Touring vehicle was $290 or $580 for the Tudor sedan. Drivers at the time could also enroll in a program called the “Ford Weekly Purchase Plan,” where the customer could make a deposit of five dollars at many authorized Ford Dealers across America to purchase a new Ford Model TThanks. ive had enough of the ‘’give me your money and we will make it real soon promises’.
Tesla, Rivian, Lucid, Ford. All the Sand.