This is the Lucid Air, and it looks set to be the biggest risk to Tesla yet!
That's no surprise, as it's the brainchild of Peter Rawlinson, formerly the chief engineer of the Model S.
Starting things off with the style, not only does it look rather chic – it's really aerodynamically efficient too. In reality, it has the lowest drag coefficient of any production automobile on sale today.
That suave outside is matched by a tech-rich and really roomy interior too. With an excellent infotainment setup, a large glass roof and acres of space in the back, there's much to like about the Lucid Air.
It even offers some mind-blowing figures, with this Dream Edition Efficiency providing 1,111 hp and 1,390 Nm of torque!
The catch? It all comes at a pretty eye-watering expense, with European rates beginning just above ₤ 150,000.
Is it worth that asking figure? Stick with Mat for his latest extensive evaluation to discover …
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