Lucid Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: LCID), setting new standards with the longest range, fastest charging electric car on the market, today announced the release of the third and latest episode in its Tech Talks video series, which reveals the innovative technology contained in the Wunderbox — Lucid’s ultra-fast, ultra-flexible EV charging system. The episode is hosted by Eric Bach, Lucid’s Senior Vice President of Product and Chief Engineer.
Viewers will receive an introduction to the Wunderbox system and how it makes it possible for Lucid Air to add as much as 100 miles of driving range with as little as five minutes of charging, or up to 300 miles of range in approximately 22 minutes. They’ll also learn about the bi-direction charging features coming soon to Lucid Air, which are enabled by the Wunderbox system, and how they are potential game-changers for renewable energy.
The “Wunderbox” episode released today is the third installment in the 10-episode Tech Talks series. Each episode explores a different area in which Lucid’s in-house technological innovations have led to breakthrough results, from EV batteries to aerodynamics to the way Lucid maximized space inside the vehicle by miniaturizing major vehicle components. Episodes are hosted by many of Lucid’s leading experts, including Peter Rawlinson, Eric Bach, and Derek Jenkins, as well as subject matter experts including Emad Dlala and Jean-Charles Monnet. Taken as a whole, these experts will educate viewers on how Lucid’s first luxury EV swept away conventional notions of what a vehicle is capable of in terms of efficiency, performance, charging, lighting, and interior space.
New episodes will be published regularly to the Lucid Motors YouTube channel on an ongoing basis.
- Battery Pack — Peter Rawlinson, CEO/CTO
- Space Concept — Peter Rawlinson, CEO/CTO
- Wunderbox — Eric Bach, SVP of Product/Chief Engineer
- Drive Unit Part 1 – Motor — Peter Rawlinson, CEO/CTO, Emad Dlala, VP of Powertrain
- Drive Unit Part 2 – Inverter — Eric Bach, SVP of Product/Chief Engineer
- Drive Unit Part 3 – Transmission — Peter Rawlinson, CEO/CTO
- Body Structures — Peter Rawlinson, CEO/CTO
- Lighting Technology — Eric Bach, SVP of Product/Chief Engineer
- Aerodynamics — Derek Jenkins, SVP of Design and Brand, Jean-Charles Monnet, Technical Fellow, Aerodynamics
- Suspension — Peter Rawlinson, CEO/CTO
Episode release sequence is subject to change.
About Lucid Group
Lucid’s mission is to inspire the adoption of sustainable energy by creating advanced technologies and the most captivating luxury electric vehicles centered around the human experience. The company’s first car, Lucid Air, is a state-of-the-art luxury sedan with a California-inspired design that features luxurious full-size interior space in a mid-size exterior footprint. Underpinned by race-proven battery technology and proprietary powertrains developed entirely in-house, Lucid Air was named the 2022 MotorTrend Car of the Year®. Lucid Air Grand Touring features an official EPA-estimated 516 miles of range or 1,050 horsepower. Customer deliveries of Lucid Air, which is produced at Lucid’s new factory in Casa Grande, Arizona, are underway.
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