Rawlinson also mentions improvements that the Lucid Air has undergone since beta testing, highlighting how the wing mirrors were redesigned to minimize the size of a blind spot that could have plagued drivers. This drove the suppliers and engineers mad, he says, but it was worth it.
Lucid’s CEO also talks about the compliance of the suspension, the sensitivity of the steering, and the feel of the seats. He also mentions that the car feels compact and usable in a big city despite loads of interior space and comfort. We’ll have to wait for the production car to see if our thoughts mirror Rawlinson’s, but as of now, we expect to be impressed.