Lucid Air is a true engineer’s car, according to Ben Sullins

Ben Sullins did not use this expression when he recorded the video on Lucid Air. Anyway, he would probably agree that it is an “engineer’s car”, a vehicle that is more influential than its engineering. What unbalances this equation does not appear to be – which is fine, in Sullins’ opinion – but rather the possibility of technical solutions.

In the video above, YouTuber managed to test the production version of the car in person. He also had a chat with Peter Rawlinson, who was very proud to present clearly what makes Vayu unique. And it involves more than one innovation.

One official we talked about earlier was the luxurious EPA range this electric sedan would probably have: 517 miles. Sullins also discusses that and Tesla makes an interesting comparison between the Model S and Lucid Air’s energy efficiency levels. The difference in favor of the new EV is impressive, especially given how efficient electric cars are naturally.

Sullins has also mentioned the 900V electric system, how different Lucid’s battery cooling system is and that the company has also taken other measures to make the Air one of the most efficient EVs.

The thing that Sullins and Rawlinson seem most excited about is Wonderbox, which shows that Lucid is also very creative in giving good names to his successes. It looks like “wunderbar:” amazing in German. And what this ingredient does is not amazing.

It is the Wonderbox that allows Lucid Air to be compatible with V2G, for example. In fact, lucid air can deliver energy to your home, grid or any other electric vehicle. Sullins calculates how long a 113 kWh battery pack can last a house, for example.

We have commented and not disclosed all these details to ensure that you will pay attention to the video that deserves it. Take some time to explore it in its entirety and learn more about what promises to be the best electric vehicle for some time – at least if it reaches the market before Tesla presents anything capable of matching it Does.

Source: Ben sullins