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AutoComplete: Lucid Motors unveils the Air, a 1,000-horsepower electric sedan
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Lucid Motors finally showed off its first electric luxury sedan, the Air, and it's a doozy.
Four electric motors combine to provide 1,000 horsepower and the company claims its 100 kilowatt battery is enough to provide more than 300 miles of range.
It comes equipped with radar, cameras, and LIDAR for an eventual roll-out of full autonomous driving.
Lucid says it'll be on the road in 2018.
Volkswagen is teaming up with some of its competitors to make EV charger access easier in Europe.
VW invested in Hubject, a group that includes BMW and Daimler, with the goal of simplifying payment and access to chargers across Europe's many borders.
The hope is that easing access will warm buyers to the idea of going electic which is a good thing because the automakers I just mentioned, they've got plans to release dozens of EVs over the next decade.
BMW is bringing hologram Comes to CES, sort of.
The company will debut its HoloActive Touch Interior concept at CES early next year.
It's a mixture of a headset display, a traditional touch screen, and gesture controls.
It's a step up from last year's concept Air Touch, which relied largely on three dimensional gesture controls.
We can't wait to take this bad boy for a spin in Las Vegas in just a couple weeks.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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