Despite already struggling to meet production targets, luxury EV maker Lucid has now issued a recall for the Air due to potential problems arising from car wiring harness.
A recent notice posted on the NHTSA website Lucid Insider, A summary for recall says the car display may be turned off due to unsafe wiring in 2022 Air vehicles. And since the air display contains important information, including speed, range, and warning indicators, it will present a danger of violating federal motor vehicle safety standards.
The notification said the probable number of damaged vehicles was 1,117. This means that while Lucid has delivered less than 1,000 cars so far, the recall appears to cover the 2022 Air Dream Edition and Grand Turing models. For any potentially damaged owners, you can get more information by calling Lucid’s customer service at 1-888-995-8243 and quoting the NCR-22-01-0 recall number.
The official notification letter will be sent on 20th June. Meanwhile, for the vehicles that will be recalled, NHTSA has said that Lucid dealers will be responsible free of charge for inspecting the vehicles and resolving the issue if necessary.
Moving forward, Lucid Insider To avoid any problems with unprotected wiring, the company claims that it has already started adjusting the glass canopy to new vehicles. However, perhaps the biggest concern is that the recall comes a few months after the Lucid 200 car had front strut dampers that were improperly installed by the supplier. And with reservations for the Air now exceeding 25,000 vehicles, resolving any issues would be crucial if Lucid hopes to deliver those vehicles on time.