Lucid Motors’ Air EV may have plenty of range, but the startup automaker has also been promising no shortage of driver-assistance tech for its upcoming Tesla rival. The company is pulling back the curtain on that – and just how it’ll work – today, though it’s also setting expectations about what to expect on day one.
First off, Lucid isn’t talking – probably wisely, given the state of technology and regulations around self-driving vehicles right now – about fully autonomous driving any time soon.
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