Lucid Motors, formerly Atieva, was founded by Bernard Tse, a former Tesla vice president and board member who was ousted as CEO following friction with the company's largest shareholder, Beijing Automotive Industry Holding, in April 2016, The Guardian reported at the time.
As mentioned earlier, this puts the base Lucid Air in closest competition with the Tesla Model S 75 with Autopilot.
Lucid Motors also hasn't said whether activating the car's autonomous features will cost more.
The base Lucid Air will also come with 19-inch wheels, an aluminum roof, and accommodate over-the-air software updates.
It comes with some of the upgrades mentioned earlier, like: 315 miles of range, 1,000 hp with all-wheel drive, autonomous driving hardware, 21-inch wheels, and the upgraded audio system.