Lucid Motors to Make Its First Appearance at New York Auto Show

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If you have any doubts about whether Lucid Motors is serous about its commitment to creating its own niche in the EV space, then think again. In the midst of building a new factory in Arizona, the company has announced that it will be displaying its Lucid Air luxury sedan at the 2020 New York Auto Show, according to an official press release.

  • Lucid Motors will showcase the Lucid Air luxury sedan at its first showing at the New York Auto Show.
  • The all-electric sedan will be built at a new factory being built in Casa Grande, Arizona.
  • Production of the Lucid Air is slated to start in late 2020, after the first phase of the factory construction is completed.

The Lucid Air luxury sedan is a jaw-dropping example of how electric vehicle designs continue to evolve. (Photo: Lucid Motors)

Lucid Motors will make its first showing at the 2020 New York International Automobile Show, giving attendees a chance to get a closer look at its all-electric Lucid Air sedan.

News that the company will have a display at the show was announced days after Lucid Motors’ grand extravaganza in Casa Grande, Arizona, celebrating the construction of its first plant in the area.

The interior of the Lucid Air aims to fuse in-vehicle technology with luxury touchpoints seamlessly. (Photo: Lucid Motors)

Production of the Lucid Air is slated to start after the first production phase of the factory is complete, in late 2020. The luxury sedan, which has been garnering a lot of buzz, will have a driving range of 400 miles and reach 0 – 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. But the Lucid Air’s luxurious high-tech interior will likely be the sedan’s biggest draw when it takes the in New York.

The New York International Automobile Show opens April 10, 2020 to the public, and runs through April 19.


As some major manufacturers abandon traditional auto shows, a window opens for startup EV manufacturers to reveal their vehicles to the press and the public. This could not only expose the new EVs to a wider audience — it could also save the auto shows.

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