Lucid Motors, a trailblazer in electric vehicle technology, has finally unveiled its second car - the 2025 Lucid Gravity. The electric SUV promises over 440 miles of EPA range and performance to set a new benchmark in the segment.
The Gravity boasts a sleek silhouette, with the raked roofline merging into its tail spoiler. This design enables a drag coefficient of under 0.24, a great feat for an SUV. The Gravity seats up to 7 people and measures 65.2 inches in height, 78.7 inches in width and 198.2 inches in length. The wheelbase measures 119.5 inches.
The Gravity is equipped with a dual-motor all-wheel-drive platform, similar to the Lucid Air models. The different versions weren't detailed, but the top spec was confirmed to output over 800 hp and do the 0-60 mph in less than 3.5s.
The battery capacity is also unclear yet, but it will use a 900-volt architecture that lets you recharge 200 miles of range in 15 minutes.
Gravity’s interior promises to comfortably accommodate adults in all three rows, with the rear doors opening at a full 90 degrees for easy access. The seven-seater variant offers a maximum cargo space of over 112 ft³ according to Lucid, which is most likely measured all the way to the ceiling. The five-seater provides around 120 ft³ (up to the windows), thanks to the well-integrated folding seats.
The Gravity also features a front trunk with a capacity of more than 8 ft³, complete with molded cupholders and a folding seat for two, demonstrating Lucid’s commitment to maximizing space and utility.
The Gravity will offer an optional Zero Gravity air suspension with multiple height modes, enhancing its off-road capabilities without compromising drag or handling at higher speeds. The vehicle also features a five-link front suspension, similar to the Lucid Air, ensuring a stable and responsive driving experience.
Lucid has announced that the starting price for the Gravity will be under $80,000, with the initial Dream Edition scheduled for deliveries in late 2024. We need to take that statement apart though, because Lucid made it sound as if the Dream Edition will start at $80,000.
That’s not the case - the Gravity entry-level model will start at around $80,000 and you can expect it to be on a level of the Lucid Air Pure AWD.
As for the price of the launch Dream Edition? That’s yet to be confirmed but just for perspective - when Lucid Air Dream Edition went on sale, its price tag was $169,000, or over twice the base model's.