On Tuesday afternoon, Lucid showed off its next electric vehicle, called the Gravity. We’ve known for some time that the Saudi-backed EV startup was working on an SUV to go with its high-end sedan, the Air, as the prototype has been seen testing in California. But now it’s official.
“Gravity builds upon everything we have achieved thus far, driving further advancements of our in-house technology to create a luxury performance SUV like none other. Just as Lucid Air redefined the sedan category, so too will Gravity impact the world of luxury SUVs, setting new benchmarks across the board,” said Peter Rawlinson, Lucid’s CEO and CTO.
The three-row SUV goes into production in 2024, which is why Lucid isn’t giving out any details about the new machine other than to say it will have “supercar performance” and more range than any non-Lucid EV. The company will start taking deposits next year, and while we don’t have a price for the new EV, given how expensive the Lucid Air sedan is, it’s not unreasonable to expect the launch edition to cost around $200,000.