Lucid preparing to open first Canadian Studio in Vancouver

As Lucid prepares to begin deliveries of the Lucid Air in the second half of the year, Canadians will soon be able to get their first up-close look at the luxury electric sedan.

Renovations have recently begun on the first Lucid Studio in Canada. The company confirmed in a statement to Drive Tesla the Vancouver Lucid Studio will open in Q3 of 2021 at Pacific Center in downtown Vancouver near the corner of West Georgia and Granville Streets.

This will be the first North American Studio opening outside of the US allowing Canadians to interact in-person with the Lucid experience.Lucid Studio inside

Ahead of the official opening, the company has placed branded barricades around the Studio to give those walking by and driving past the location a clear indication of who will be moving in.

Vancouver Retail Barricade

Several job postings have also been published on the Lucid website seeking Studio Advisors, Associates, and a Manager for the new location.

Lucid was originally planning to deliver their first electric vehicle in the spring earlier this year. In an update following the announcement of a reverse merger with Churchill Capital Corp., those deliveries were pushed back to the second half of 2021 to iron out any issues in pre-production and release candidate units.

Canadian pricing for the Lucid Air has not yet been announced. Interested customers can place a refundable $400 deposit for the entry-level Air Pure ($69,900 USD), while $1,300 secures a spot in line for the Air Touring ($87,500 USD) and Air Grand Touring ($131,500 USD) editions.

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