Three Lucid Air trims exist: Pure, Touring, and Grand Touring. However, in terms of powertrain specs, two Lucid Air Pure configurations are available - rear-wheel driver or optional all-wheel drive. The Grand Touring can be had in a mild Range or a spicy Performance specification, to make for five possible trim levels in total. Pure and Touring are equipped with a smaller 88-kWh battery, resulting in a range of 410-425 miles. Pure RWD models only get one rear-mounted electric motor, while the Touring has a dual-motor eAWD setup for 620 hp - an option on the Pure, which ships as standard with 480 hp. The Grand Touring is equipped with a larger 112-kWh battery, and boasts a dual-motor setup. The Grand Touring has 819 hp in standard form and 1,050 in Performance guise.
All models come standard with DreamDrive, consisting of blind-spot monitoring with a dedicated blind-spot camera, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keep assist, parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, driver-attention monitoring, and an automated parking system. Also included as standard are climate control and a 34-inch 5K cockpit display.
Lucid uses wheel size and power to differentiate the various models. The entry-level Pure does get leatherette instead of the real deal, and it has to make do without the panoramic glass roof, but that's it. You get two-tone leather on every model above the Pure. A panoramic glass roof is optional on the Touring and standard on the Grand Touring. Various package options are available.
There are no optional packages available for the Lucid Air, apart from the Performance battery and electric motor package. It takes the combined power up to 1,050 hp, allowing it to sprint to 60 mph in a claimed 2.6 seconds. The range takes a knock, however. The Grand Touring can only do 446 miles on a charge with the Performance powertrain.
On the Touring trim, you can pay an additional $9,000 for DreamDrive Pro, which Lucid will deliver via over-the-air updates as soon as it's available.
The Pure comes standard with Surreal Sound, but you can upgrade to the Surreal Sound Pro system for an additional $2,900.
The price has not been confirmed for the late-availability Executive Rear Seating Package, but this will have fully-reclinable rear seats with a full-length center console.