Lucid Motors showed off its first, production-intent car, called the Air.

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The Air fits into the luxury sedan segment, but uses a fully electric drivetrain.

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Along with the electric drivetrain, Lucid attempts to future-proof the Air with self-driving capability, a data connection and even features to enable ride-sharing.

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One value of the electric drivetrain cited by Lucid comes in at about the size of a midsize sedan, but its cabin is equivalent to that of a much larger car.

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Electric motors at the front and rear wheels give the Air 1,000 horsepower.

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A 100-kilowatt-hour battery pack gives it over 300 miles of range.

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Embedded sensors, including camera, radar and Lidar, enable its self-driving.

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Lucid designed unique headlights for the Air that can turn to illuminate curves in the road.

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