Recall of all Lucid Airs produced due to faulty instrumentation?
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Lucid is issuing a second recall of its Air sedans, this time for a potential issue with its instrumentation.
Lucid Motors has issued the second recall in its short history after the first in February. This time, it no longer concerns the front suspensions or only 203 models, but the instrumentation of 1,117 sedans, i.e. the entire production, and even if, according to the brand, only 11 copies could potentially develop a problem and that none of them have had to suffer from it so far.
But this potential problem would be important: due to a poorly secured power cable that could rub and deteriorate on contact with part of the steering column, the colossal 34-inch 5K display could no longer display information. of the utmost importance, such as vehicle speed or whether or not the turn signals are on, which violates federal safety standards and therefore warrants a recall. The intervention is very benign, although it will probably require a little labor, since it only consists of adding a few collars to immobilize the sheath.
Lucid will not have to look far to repatriate the vast majority of the 1,117 models since only about 500 are really in the hands of their owner currently, the others being either on hold or in the process of being delivered. However, this happens when the brand, like many, encounters production problems due to the shortage of certain components. It even forced brand CEO Peter Rawlinson to raise prices for the entire Air line by $10,000 to $15,000 from June, with prices currently starting at $89,050 for the Pure and $155 $650 for the Grand Touring.