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Wednesday, 29 July 2020 18:32

Lucid Motors' DreamDrive to Use LIDAR, Will Be 'Most Advanced ADAS' In the World

Written by Tom Moloughney, Inside EVs

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When the Lucid Air hits the market in early 2021, it will employ one of, if not the most advanced suite of driver-assist systems.

According to Lucid Motors, the all-electric Air will be the first electric vehicle offered with the combination of an advanced sensor suite, high-resolution LIDAR, a driver monitoring system and a fully redundant platform as standard equipment on all vehicles. 

 

The Ford Mustang Mach-E looks to have a similar ADAS system, including the use of LIDAR and a driver monitoring system called Active Drive Assist. However, unlike the Lucid Air, Mach-E customers will have to pay extra if they want the system, as it's included in the Ford Co-Pilot 360 Active 2.0 Prep Package. 

 

Lucid has named its ADAS system DreamDrive and has this to say about it: "The first-of-its-kind platform combines the most comprehensive sensor suite on the market with a cutting-edge driver monitoring system, all standard on the first versions of the Lucid Air."

 

The key features delivered by DreamDrive:

 

Safety:

 

  • Surround view monitoring
  • Blind spot display
  • Cross traffic protection
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Alerts for distracted or drowsy drivers

 

Driving:

 

  • Full speed highway assist (adaptive cruise control and lane centering)
  • Traffic drive-off alert
  • Headlight assist

 

Parking:

 

  • Autonomous parking assist
  • Pullout control
  • Maneuver comfort braking

 

Lucid's DreamDrive technology suite supports 19 key safety, driving and parking assist features that will be available on Lucid Air upon the start of production.


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