Lucid Air in a Stealth look exterior design
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The Lucid Air gets a Stealth Look; a new optional exterior design theme.

The Stealth Look will be available as an option for Lucid Air Grand Touring Performance, Air Grand Touring, and Air Touring for $6,000.

Lucid Group revealed a new optional exterior design theme for the Lucid Air, known as Stealth Look.

Stealth Look darkly redefines the nature of Lucid Air, with changes to 35 components on the exterior of the vehicle – with dramatic effect.

Among the most immediately visible changes, Air’s mirror caps and distinctive cantrails framing the Glass Canopy roof feature a darker Stealth finish.

Elements of the lower body trim, as well as the trim around the Intelligent Micro Lens Array headlights and one-piece blade taillights also feature the new darker Stealth Satin finish.

With Stealth Look, many exterior components that would otherwise be finished in platinum instead feature a dark Stealth Polished finish, reminiscent of the spéculaire black polishing technique employed in fine horology and jewelry.

These include the front nose blade, C-pillar flags, and lower door and fascia trim. Elsewhere, Stealth Look adds black gloss and satin graphite accents to further enhance the sharpened appearance.

Stealth Look also includes unique wheel designs and finishes for each wheel size (wheel size availability depends on the Air model variant):

  • 21-inch Aero Sport Stealth wheels, with satin black wheel inserts
  • 20-inch Aero Lite Stealth wheels, with satin black wheel inserts

Stealth Look can be paired with the full palette of exterior colors: Stellar White, Infinite Black, Cosmos Silver, Quantum Grey, and Zenith Red.

It will be available as an option for Air Grand Touring Performance, Air Grand Touring, and Air Touring.

Stealth Look is priced at $6,000 USD ($7,500 CAD) and is planned for introduction in Q1 2023.

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