Lucid Motors plans sales in 2nd half of year

By Gabrielle Olivera | Pinal Central

CASA GRANDE — Due to COVID-imposed delays, Lucid Motors is now tracking toward selling vehicles as early as it can in the second half of 2021 but not sooner.

“As many companies have experienced, the advent of COVID-19 has proven to be a significant challenge,” CEO Peter Rawlinson said in a newsletter. “From testing activities to supplier availability to preparing for sales and service, COVID-19 has affected all work streams.”

According to the newsletter, the company has worked diligently to minimize these impacts.

“Yet despite the excellent progress made in all areas, we now know that we won’t be able to start delivering Lucid Air this spring at the level of quality we insist on providing,” Rawlinson said in the statement. “Be assured, we won’t rest until we have our first customers behind the wheel of Lucid Air.”

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