Casa Grande officials pledge to make sure Lucid Motors gets to finish line

Peter Rawlinson, chief technology officer of Lucid Motors, stands beside a prototype of the electric car the company plans to build in a $700 million assembly plant to be built in Casa Grande./Oscar Perez/PinalCentral
Peter Rawlinson, chief technology officer of Lucid Motors, stands beside a prototype of the electric car the company plans to build in a $700 million assembly plant to be built in Casa Grande./Oscar Perez/PinalCentral

By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents landowners who helped make this project a reality.)

Two battery-powered, electrical vehicles sat outside City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

They were prototypes produced by Lucid Motors, a California-based company that has promised to start building a manufacturing facility on the edge of Casa Grande next year.

Local leaders had the chance to browse the vehicles, glancing at their touch-screen panels and camouflage exterior. The prototype is a work-in-progress and the final design will be unveiled by Lucid next month.

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