1. Pure will have 480 hp according to the Lucid Pure Launch event.
2. 425 hp vs 406 for pure is also according to the Launch event. I got the 20 inch wheels vs the 19 on my Touring and my range is already dropped to 385 max charge. I took it for a long trip from Detroit to Tulsa, Oklahoma in about 40 degree weather, driving about 10 miles over speed limit so around 80 - 85 mph and lost another 100 miles off the estimate. My point is, you won't notice the 20 mile difference between the two models when you are losing 150 miles anyway. Here is my question. If the PURE is going to have the same battery size and only a single motor, shouldn't the range be better? Even with the two motor config, if the battery is the same and lower hp, shouldn't it have a greater range?
3. I have already answered this one - heated and cooled front, all 3 heated back seats.
I was stopped at a charger on my trip and met another Lucid owner with the GT version. I asked to look at his back seat and I really do prefer the deeper foot well on mine vs the GT. Giving up the extra range and the 0.2 sec difference in 0-60 speed is an easy trade off for more leg room, the $40,000 price difference is all bonus. The cheaper Lucid models seem to make more sense. I would get the PURE if I could just add the glass roof. If they can do 2 motor, 480 hp, 400 miles range in their cheapest model, they can do 1 motor, 400+ hp, 500 miles range without raising the price. That would be a good seller but would hurt their higher priced model sales.