I am really curious about the FSD features of the Lucid Air. It seems to have huge potential for really good FSD. The car has the following FSD hardware: - 2 Mobileye EyeQ4 chips - 2 long range radars that cover front and rear of the car. - 4 short range radars that cover the four corners of the car. - 3 front cameras - 5 active surround view cameras that cover sides and rear. - 2 long range lidar that cover front and rear of the car. - 3 short range lidar that cover sides of the car. - 1 driver facing camera to monitor driver attention The website says this: "In the future, Lucid's assistive technology will help you and your family get things done. Over-the-air software upgrades will allow the Lucid Air to transition through progressive levels of autonomy. In the future, your car will be able to retrieve your groceries, pick up your kids from practice, or provide you a moment to sit back and relax as you are safely driven home. This time is yours." The Lucid press release says: "Lucid will launch its first car, the Lucid Air, with a complete sensor set for autonomous driving from day one, including camera, radar and lidar sensors. Mobileye was chosen to provide the primary compute platform, full 8-camera surround view processing, sensor fusion software, Road Experience Management (REM™) crowd-based localization capability, and reinforcement learning algorithms for Driving Policy. These technologies will enable a full Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) suite at launch, and then enable a logical and safe transition to autonomous driving functionality through over-the-air software updates." I did find this one video of a test drive 3 years ago that shows the car driving autonomously. You can see in the video that the large center screen shows a view of the front lidar and a blue line similar to NOA that shows the path the car plans to take. The demo is pretty simple. There is no traffic on the road and the car appears to just be using lidar to do lane keeping and making a few 90 degree turns. But the fact that they could do this 3 years ago and at night, is pretty cool. Our Teslas still can't do this since we don't have City NOA yet. Sigh. I imagine that it will probably get hands-free highway driving similar to GM"s Supercruise. It will probably have auto park too. With that hardware, I imagine the features will be pretty robust too. I am looking forward to seeing what the car can do. We should get more info later this year as the car enters production.