Aston Martin-Lucid join hands for future electric line-up

    First Aston Martin EV to arrive by 2026; will be an all-new product on a new platform.

    Published On Jun 26, 2023 05:15:00 PM


    Aston Martin-Lucid join hands for future electric line-up

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    Aston Martin’s future EV line-up will be powered by batteries supplied from US-based EV startup, Lucid, that also makes the popular Lucid Air EV sedan. Lucid’s components will form the basis of Aston’s new battery-electric car platform, set to underpin a range of models including an electrified hypercar, sports car, GT and SUV. 

    1. Future Aston Martin EV line-up to have multiple bodystyles
    2. All models will be powered by Lucid-supplied EV components
    3. More details to be revealed on Jun 27, 2023

    Lucid only produces the Lucid Air EV sedan at the moment that comes with single-, dual- and tri-motor powertrains, of which the most powerful outputs more than 1200hp. It says its current-generation motors are capable of producing up to 670hp while weighing slightly less than 74kg apiece. Aston Martin also confirmed it will continue to have access to Mercedes-Benz technologies including powertrains (both electric and internal combustion) and electrical architectures. First Aston Martin EV will arrive by 2026. This will be a “new product” on a “new platform”, chief creative officer Marek Reichman said earlier this month.

    Aston Martin will start deliveries of its first plug-in hybrid model – the Valhalla supercar – next year, and by 2026 each of its model lines will offer an electrified powertrain.

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