Source: Lucid Group announcement
NEWARK, CA — Lucid Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: LCID), setting new standards with the longest-range, fastest-charging electric car on the market, announced the release of Lucid UX 2.0, its most extensive software update thus far, with hundreds of updates and new features for every Lucid Air on the road – delivered over-the-air and complimentary for owners.
The vast array of updates includes enhancements for virtually every user touchpoint in the car, including “instant-on” Glass Cockpit and Pilot Panel displays; the introduction of Highway Assist for the DreamDrive advanced driver assistance system (ADAS); redesigned on-screen layouts; and much more.
“This extensive software update, comprising tens of millions of new lines of source code across nearly every updateable computer in the vehicle, is achievable because the Lucid Air was engineered from the start with the capability to get better over time,” said Michael Bell, Senior Vice President of Digital, Lucid Group. “Thanks to our integrated software and hardware engineering, Lucid has the in-house technical depth to enhance our vehicles long after they leave the assembly line.”
“Lucid’s truly innovative user interface becomes easier to use and even more aesthetically beautiful in each iteration, delivered seamlessly over-the-air to the vehicle,” said Derek Jenkins, Senior VP of Design and Brand, Lucid Motors. “This latest software release incorporates numerous refinements – many based on owner feedback and ideas – which make Lucid Air even more enjoyable, convenient, and capable for our customers.”
DreamDrive and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Highway Assist with active lane centering and adaptive cruise control, allowing for even greater driving comfort on long journeys.
Rear Pedestrian Collision Protection is now also enabled when the vehicle is in Drive and rolling backwards.
Improvements to visual cues for Park Distance Warning feature.
Intelligent Micro Lens Array Headlights
High Beam Assist that detects not only other vehicles, but other sources of nearby light, and automatically switches to low beams when most appropriate.
Automatic headlight leveling
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