Lucid presents a new $7,500 discount

LucidMotors has announced another discount, this time on higher-level variants of the LucidAir sedan.


The effects of Tesla's price cuts earlier this year are still being felt today.


Several manufacturers responded quickly with their own price cuts, including Lucid, which slashed the Air's lease by $7,500.


Lucid presents a new $7,500
Lucid presents a new $7,500 discount



Several manufacturers responded quickly with their own price cuts, including Lucid, which slashed the Air's lease by $7,500.


Now, thanks to constant price competition, Lucid is once again offering a new discount.


This time around, the $7,500 limited discount applies to the purchase of the Lucid Air Touring and Grand Touring variants.


The Air sports sedan, being a luxury car, isn't currently eligible for the $7,500 federal tax incentive, but that doesn't stop the young company from offering its own deduction.


“We believe our customers still deserve a $7,500 discount on choosing their electric vehicles,” said Zack Edson, Vice President of Sales and Service for Lucid. “With this limited offer, we hope to put Lucid Air within reach of more customers so they can experience the best for themselves.”


In January, Lucid announced a similar $7,500 discount on the Air sedan.



  • The Lucid Air Touring Edition starts at $107,400, and thanks to the discount, the vehicle is now worth less than $100,000.


  • The same can't be said for the Lucid Air Grand Touring, which starts at $138,000.


  • The aforementioned base Air Pure model remains the company's cheapest offering that starts at $87,400, though it's not included in the current $7,500 discount.


  • Lucid is still trying to find its footing in the auto industry, especially as larger, more well-known brands have entered the electric market.

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