Lucid Motors celebrated, via Twitter, a new “#LucidOwnersClub” member and the face seemed familiar to the American EV maker enthusiasts. The tweet mentions “Another Dream delivered” and the featured picture shows Emad Dlala, Lucid’s Vice President of Powertrain.
Last December, the company announced the appointment of three new executives and Emad Dlala was one of tem. Dlala entered Lucid Motors in 2015 and he assumed the role of Vice President Powertrain two months ago. Dlala belonged to the main part of the team that developed the range and performance of the Lucid Air.
“Emad Dlala is Vice President of Powertrain at Lucid Motors. He is responsible for powertrain development and engineering, including batteries, drive units, and power electronics. He also leads Lucid’s systems efficiency strategy. Emad previously served as Senior Director of Efficiency and Energy Technology.” — the company says.
The company inaugurated its newest Studio location at The Mall at Short Hills in Short Hills, New Jersey. This location serves as the 22nd in the company’s growing North American retail network. Lucid has 5 new studios planned to launch during the next months.
“Our new Studio in Short Hills will bring significant visibility for the Lucid Air in a state that has expressed its commitment to EVs, and will help us to further our mission to inspire the adoption of sustainable energy,” said Zak Edson, Vice President of Sales and Service of Lucid. “This location is the first in a series of Studio and service center openings in the Northeast United States, expanding our presence beyond our flagship Studio in Manhattan.”
New Jersey has long sought to encourage new business growth as part of its electrification goals. Lucid looks forward to making further investments and hiring in the State as the legislature considers equitable treatment for consumers and electric vehicle manufacturers in alignment with those efforts — the company said.
Lucid will host a conference call to discuss its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2021 financial results on Monday, February 28, 2022, at 2:30 pm PT / 5:30 pm ET. Prior to the conference call, the company will issue an earnings press release with a link to the live webcast on its investor relations website, ir.lucidmotors.com.
To enhance engagement with the company’s shareholder base and facilitate connections with its investors, Lucid is partnering with Say Technologies to allow retail and institutional shareholders to submit and upvote questions, a selection of which will be answered by Lucid management during the earnings call. Starting on February 21 at 2:30 pm PT / 5:30 pm ET, all shareholders can submit questions by visiting: https://app.saytechnologies.com/lucid-2021-q4/. This Q&A platform will remain open until 24 hours before the start of the earnings call. Shareholders can email firstname.lastname@example.org for any support inquiries.
Recently, Lucid announced the official opening of its newest Studio location at Fashion Island in Newport Beach, CA. The company recently opened service centers in key markets including Costa Mesa, CA; Chicago, IL; and Houston, TX. This location, the 21st in a growing network of Lucid Studios and service centers, further expands Lucid’s presence in Southern California and throughout the country.
“Our latest series of openings help us further one of our core principles: delivering an ownership experience of the highest standard. We will continue to expand our physical presence in 2022 in order to introduce as many people as possible to the most advanced luxury EV in the world – all the while providing them with an unmatched customer experience.”Zak Edson, Vice President of Sales and Service of Lucid
Recently, Lucid Motors chairman told Bloomberg News that the EV maker is in talks with the kingdom to build a factory there by 2025 or 2026. “Now that we are successfully producing and selling cars in the U.S., our attention is turning to this factory here,” Lucid Chairman Andrew Liveris told Bloomberg Television at a mining conference in Riyadh. Specifics being worked out include ownership percentages for Lucid and partners on the project.