Although we now have range data, we already knew some specifics about the EV. Once the Gravity reaches the assembly line, it appears that it could inch further than the minimum 440-mile range that Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson has promised. This EV would have a “greater electric range than any SUV on the market today,” according to the manufacturer.
So let’s look at some metrics. According to the Gravity will easily exceed this promise, as the current top-range EV SUV with a max driving range of 350 miles per charge. As a matter of fact, if Lucid’s forthcoming SUV truly gets 440 miles per charge, that’ll place it near the top of the list for any electric vehicle, SUV or not. The only competition will be another Lucid automobile, as the gets 516 miles per charge,
The Gravity is constructed on a 900-volt electrical architecture that supports DC fast-charging, similar to the Air Line. According to the company, the upcoming EV has a dual-motor setup that allows it to go from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds, and it can tow an additional 6, 000 pounds in addition to its 1, 500-pound payload.
Beyond metrics, Lucid also removed the SUV’s interior curtain. A 34-inch OLED main display and an optional lower display with multi-tasking are both standard features of the Gravity. To put it another way, you can use the media player and navigation on separate screens. According to Derek Jenkins, senior vice president of design and brand at Lucid, these displays wo n’t obstruct the dash cluster and may even provide gaming applications in the future.
Two Apple TV remote-inspired touch controllers are included in the steering wheel, and they can be used to select items from the infotainment screen and adjust dashboard display elements with tiny thumb movements. If you’re into that sort of thing, this three-row vehicle has plenty of room for friends and family. There are seven seats available.
Although things could change before these cars hit showrooms in 2025, the price should be around$ 80,000 as was previously mentioned.