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Lucid Motors’ CEO Offers Exclusive Look at Gravity SUV Production Line in Arizona

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In a recent video release as part of its “Road to Gravity” series, Lucid Motors provided viewers with an inside look at the production of its highly anticipated Gravity SUV at the Advanced Manufacturing Plant 1 (AMP-1) factory in Casa Grande, Arizona. The video, featuring CEO Peter Rawlinson, showcases the advanced manufacturing processes that will bring the Gravity SUV to life later this year.

Rawlinson guides viewers through the assembly line, highlighting the robotic equipment that will play a crucial role in building the SUV. The video demonstrates the robots in action, particularly at the framing station, where they are shown working on a vehicle underbody. Rawlinson notes that the company is currently training these robots for pre-production, scheduled to begin later this summer.

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This latest installment in the “Road to Gravity” series follows a previous episode that delved into the SUV’s design, providing insights from Lucid’s Director of Exterior Design, Simon Tovey.

In a recent appearance on Fox Business, Rawlinson expressed his confidence in the Gravity SUV, suggesting that it would outperform Tesla’s Model X. He also highlighted Lucid’s technological advancements, particularly in the area of powertrain innovation.

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Lucid Motors initiated the expansion of its Casa Grande factory in January to accommodate Gravity production, following the SUV’s initial unveiling in November. Additionally, the company teased a mid-size electric vehicle, described as a “Model Y competitor,” set to enter production in late 2026, during its Q1 earnings call.

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