LUCID AIR 2023 Service Manual
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Safety & SecuritySafety & Security is a Settings menu item that
controls most safety & security features. To
access Safety & Security, tap the Settings icon
on the Pilot Panel and tap Safety & Security.
Tow & Break-In Alert
Vehicle sensors can detect significant
impacts, intrusions, or unauthorized towing while your vehicle is in P (Park) and can trigger
alarms and notifications.
To access Tow & Break-In Alert settings from the Pilot Panel, select
Safety and Security. Alternatively, use
Settings from the Lucid Mobile App. You can
then select a notification type (both an alarm
and push notification or a push notification
only) and disable the Tow & Break-In Alert.
By default, the Tow & Break-In Alert is
ON unless manually disabled (for example,
towing) and will notify you through the Alarm
and Push Notification.
Disable the Tow & Break-In Alert for towing
or servicing. If disabled, Tow & Break-In Alert
automatically re-enables when you eitherreenter the vehicle, or the next time the car
is in P (Park).
CAUTION: The sensor for the Tow
& Break-In Alert is located in the
center console of the vehicle and
could accidentally be triggered by a
large amount of force to that part of
Disabling the alarm
If triggered, disable the Tow & Break-In Alert
sequence by holding a valid key close to
the vehicle or by double-clicking the key fob button.
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Seating & Safety Restraints
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Adjusting the Front SeatsWARNING: Do not adjust the driver
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To reduce the risk of injuries in an accident,
follow these instructions:
-The driver and front passenger position
their seats so that they can correctly
wear the seat belt while being as far
away from the front airbags as possible.
- Sit upright, place both feet on the
floor, and make sure that the seat back
reclines no more than 30 degrees.
- Easily reach the pedals with your feet
and slightly bend your arms while
holding the steering wheel. The distance
between the driver
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the ventilation to seat heating stops the
ventilation and turns on the seat heating.Seating & Safety Restraints32
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Rear Seat FoldingWARNING: Secure objects carried
within the vehicle. In an impact or
sudden maneuver, unsecured objects
can cause death or serious injury.
The split rear seat allows you to fold forward
all or part of the seat to increase the load-
carrying area. Before folding down a seat,
remove any items on the seat or in the rear
footwell and adjust the rear head restraints to
the lowest position. See Rear head restraints.
The rear seat release handles are located in the trunk. To fold down a rear seat, pull the
corresponding release handle. After you feel
the latch release, fold the seat forward from
inside the passenger compartment.
Note: To fold down the complete rear seat, use
both release handles.
To return the seat to its upright position, push
it back until it locks in place. Make sure the seat back is locked in place by trying to pull
the seat back forward.
WARNING: When the seat back is in
its upright position, make sure the
locking mechanism fully engages. If
the locking mechanism does not fully
engage, the risk of death and serious
injury increases in an accident or
Note: When returning the seat to its upright
position, make sure the seat belts are not
trapped behind the backrest.
Rear Seat Pass-through
For your convenience when carrying long, narrow items, the rear seat has a pass-
through hatch. This hatch allows you to carry
long items without having to fold the rear seat
To open the pass-through hatch: 1. Fold the rear seat armrest down.
2. Pull down on the latch and fold the pass-through hatch panel forward onto
the rear armrest.
To close the hatch, push the panel up until
the latch engages.
CAUTION: When passing items
through the hatch into the vehicle,
make sure not to damage the
upholstery on the seats and the
Rear Seat Heaters
All rear seating positions have seat heaters
in the seat base and seat back except the
rear center seatback, which only has a heater function in the seat base.
Control the seat heating in the Pilot Panel
> REAR), the Rear Center Console
Display (RCCD), or the capacitive buttons on
either side of the RCCD.
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Press the corresponding heat icon to heat
the desired seat. You can heat the seats at
three different levels.
-Press once to heat at the highest level.
Three intensity indicators illuminate.
- Press twice to heat at the medium level.
Two intensity indicators illuminate.
- Press a third time to heat at the
lowest level. A single intensity indicator
- Press a fourth time to turn off the seat
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Correct Head Restraint PositionWARNING: In the event of a collision,
you want the head restraint to
contact your head first, not your neck.
Improper positioning can result in
serious injury, paralysis, or death.WARNING: All occupants, including
the driver, must adjust the headrest to
the proper position before operating
the vehicle or sitting in the vehicle
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For an occupied rear seat, press the button
at the base of the head restraint and move
the restraint upward to at least the first locked
position. Make sure the head restraint is in a
locked position during height adjustment.
The rear center head restraint is not
adjustable, only removable.
Removing a head restraintWARNING: If the passenger
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Seat Belt WarningsWARNING: It is the driver
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