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EV maker wants to produce cars by 2019, is raising money to get factory up and running.

The company is also fundraising to get its factory up and running.

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That's 18 mph faster than the last test.

A Tesla Model S is electronically limited to 155 mph.

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High-speed trials are crucial, says Lucid.

That's electronically limited, too.

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We talk to Lucid Motors CTO Peter Rawlinson and Design VP Derek Jenkins about the car and the company.

Lucid says the Air signals the next generation of EVs.

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Total investment expected to be $700 million by 2022.

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It'll have first-class rear seating, just like a jet.

This top-of-the-line initial run will be limited to 255 units.

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Development continues for this 1,000-horsepower luxury EV.

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The startup will show off a model in SoCal this weekend.

The luxury electric sedan is expected to arrive in 2018.

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Here comes a new challenger to Tesla.

Despite it's pre-production natures, the Lucid Air appears to be on the right path.

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Lucid Motors unveiled it's $100,000+ luxury EV.

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The EV world has a new long distance champion.

Come take a look at the new IT EV.

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Samsung says its new li-ion cells will withstand repeated fast charging

The executive sedan is slated for production in two years.

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Promises include 2,000 jobs and 1,000 horsepower.

Yes, that range would set a new record.

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Lucid made the 'Edna' electric van that took down a Tesla and Ferrari this summer.

Atieva, which is now Lucid Motors, has already beat Tesla in at least one way.