Lucid unveils European pricing for Air Pure AWD, Air Touring, and Stealth Appearance package

Lucid Group has announced the European pricing for its Air Pure AWD and Air Touring variants, as well as pricing for the optional Stealth Appearance package.

According to a press release from the automaker on Monday, the pricing details for the European markets are as follows:

  • Germany: Lucid Air Pure AWD starts at €109,000, while Air Touring starts at €129,000.
  • Netherlands: Lucid Air Pure AWD starts at €115,000, while Air Touring starts at €134,000.
  • Switzerland: Lucid Air Pure AWD starts at CHF 125,000, while Air Touring starts at CHF 145,000.
  • Norway: Lucid Air Pure AWD starts at NOK 1,140,000, while Air Touring starts at NOK 1,300,000.

Additionally, Lucid has introduced a new optional exterior design theme called Stealth Appearance in the European market. Here is the pricing for the optional upgrade for the Air Touring with the metal or the Air Grand Touring with the glass roof.

Metal roof:

  • Germany: €2,000
  • Netherlands: €2,034
  • Switzerland: CHF 2,000
  • Norway: NOK 20,702

Glass roof:

  • Germany: €4,000
  • Netherlands: €4,067
  • Switzerland: CHF 4,000
  • Norway: NOK 41,405

As part of the Stealth Appearance package, Lucid also offers exclusive wheel designs and finishes tailored to each wheel size, depending on the specific Air model variant. The available options are as follows:

  • 20-inch Aero Lite Stealth wheels featuring satin black wheel inserts as standard, or
  • 21-inch Aero Sport Stealth wheels are an extra €2,000 in Germany and the Netherlands, CHF 2,000 in Switzerland, and NOK 25,000 in Norway.

Lucid kicked off deliveries in Europe late last year. Despite the international expansion, the automaker is still struggling to ramp production while burning through its cash reserves at an alarming rate. In 2022 Lucid produced just 7,180 cars from its AMP-1 manufacturing facility in Casa Grande, Arizona, a factory which currently has an annual production capacity of around 34,000 cars.

Even still the company is forging ahead and is currently building its second manufacturing facility in Saudi Arabia. The facility will be able to produce 155,000 vehicles a year, and will initially serve the local market.

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