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Lucid Motors has released a video and images highlighting the Lucid Air’s final winter testing program before production starts on its luxury EV. Two Lucid Air prototypes — Beta 4 and Beta 5 — were taken to the frozen northern reaches of Minnesota for testing in temperatures that dropped as low as -27 F/-33 C.

The extreme environment is necessary for testing features like antilock braking, traction control, and stability control.

In a blog, Lucid Motors states: “The goal is a Lucid Air that remains composed throughout. We’re engineering for precise balance, control, and handling in any situation — a chassis system that analyzes surface conditions, makes hundreds of split-second adjustments, and sends torque exactly where it needs to be to optimize traction. So, you can drive confidently whether your destination is Lake Tahoe or Lake Geneva.”

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The Lucid Air offers 400 miles of range and can accelerate from 0-6 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds.

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