Lucid Motors, a startup based in Fremont, California, on Thursday unveiled its electric car that it claims boasts specs rivaling Tesla’s Model S.
Lucid Motors, formerly Atieva, was founded by Bernard Tse, a former Tesla vice president and board member who was ousted as CEO following friction with the company’s largest shareholder, Beijing Automotive Industry Holding, in April. Peter Rawlinson, the former vice president and chief engineer for Tesla’s Model S, is Lucid Motors’ chief technology officer. The startup has yet to name a new CEO.
Lucid Motors unveiled its long-range electric sedan, the Lucid Air, at its prototype shop in Fremont. Scroll down for a closer look.
SOURCE: Business Insider