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Removing Secondary User Profiles120
Factory Reset 120
Changing Display Settings 121
Media and Audio 122
Media Overview 122 Physical Media Controls 123
Searching Media Content 125
AM and FM Radio 125
Logging into Media Applications 126
Playing Media from Devices 126
Audio Settings 127
Using Alexa 128
Alexa Built-In 128
Maps and Navigation 129
Navigation Overview 129
Navigation Settings 129
Adjusting the Map 131
Predicting Energy Usage 132
Setting Home and Work Destinations 132 Map Updates and Offline Mode 133
Phone and Smart Devices 134 Bluetooth
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Center Cockpit Panel
Center Cockpit Panel - Overview
Note: The illustration below is for demonstration purposes. The information in your vehicle display
may have differences depending upon the current software version and market region.
1. Trip information area
2. Charge meter, see Charge and Power Meter on page 64
3. Power meter, see Charge and Power Meter on page 64
4. Turn signal indicators, see Turn Signals on page 74
5. Navigation widget
8. Battery State of Charge indicator, see Battery State of Charge Indicator on page 64
9. Gear selection indicator, see Using the Drive Selector on page 69
10. Warning indicator
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Cruise Control and Highway Assist will be
unavailable until the next drive cycle.
Once an in-lane stop has completed: -The vehicle automatically shifts into P
- Highway Assist is canceled.
- DreamDrive will be unavailable until the
next drive cycle.
- All doors unlock.
- An audible alert sounds.
Note: Warnings will be dismissed if the vehicle
is shifted out of P (Park). See Using the Drive
Selector on page 69.
While Highway Assist is active, you can
temporarily override it by using the steering wheel. When you turn the steering wheel, the
Highway Assist indicator will gray out on the
Once the steering wheel returns to its neutral
position, the vehicle is centered in the lane,
and the system detects lanes again, Highway Assist should automatically resume and the
Cockpit Panel will return to displaying the
active Highway Assist mode.
Manually canceling Highway Assist To cancel Highway Assist, press the
Cancel button on the steering wheel.
The system can also be canceled by pressing
the brake pedal if it is safe to do so in the current traffic conditions.
Traffic Sign Recognition
WARNING: Traffic Sign Recognition
is an assist feature only. The driver
is responsible for paying attention
to the road signs and determining
the appropriate speed limit, road
conditions, and driving speed.WARNING: Traffic Sign Recognition is
not available in all countries.WARNING: Map data is not always
accurate. The GPS can miscalculatethe vehicle location, which may
provide an incorrect traffic sign.WARNING: If a road or a traffic
sign has recently been changed, the
Traffic Sign Recognition system may
not be fully functional or may provide
inaccurate information.WARNING: In situations where the
Traffic Sign Recognition system is
unable to determine a traffic sign, or if
it is uncertain that an acquired speed
limit is accurate, the system may not
display the information and warnings
may not take effect.
The Traffic Sign Recognition system uses the
front cameras and navigation system data to
recognize traffic signs on the road, providing
you with driving information such as speed limits and other regulations.
When a traffic sign is detected, it displays on
the Cockpit Panel next to the speedometer.
Speed Limit Alerts
When Speed Limit Alert is enabled (see Speed
Limit Alert Settings ), if the current vehicle
speed exceeds the detected speed limit, the display color of the speed limit sign willchange color and may increase in size. Thedisplay will return to the normal color and
size when the vehicle is slowed to within the
If a Wrong Way road sign is detected and the
vehicle passes the sign, the system will alert you with an audible alert and a notification on
the Cockpit Panel.
Speed Limit Alert settings To configure Speed Limit Alert settings,
use the Pilot Panel and touch
- Touch to enable or disable Speed Limit
Alert. Additional options to receive
VISUAL or VISUAL AND AUDIO alerts are available when this feature is
- Touch to enable or disable Cruise Speed
Update. When enabled, this feature
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enter it again to confirm. Confirm your
identity with your pin if you choose not
to enable Face Login
4. Press to link a key fob or phone to your Profile. Your vehicle will automatically
load your Profile if your linked device
is detected. Follow the on-screen directions to link a device.
Note: The device must be in your hand
during setup, as some user interaction is
required. If linking a smartphone, have the Lucid mobile app opened and sign
into it with your Lucid ID.
5. Use the touchscreen to set your Home and Work addresses. This allows you to
access shortcuts to these destinations, such as when using maps. See Maps
and Navigation on page 129.
6. Set up facial recognition to quickly load your profile when you enter the vehicle.
Setting up Additional Pro
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To access the audio settings on the Pilot
- Equalizer: Adjusts the bass, mid, and
- Balance: Adjusts the sound level
between the speakers
- Volume: Adjusts the master volume,
as well as the volume levels for the
navigation system and phone
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Maps and Navigation
To access navigation, press the icon
on the right Cockpit Panel. This screen will
display your current location and street name
If you pan away from the current location, the
street name will be replaced by a Recenter
button. Touching Recenter is a quick way to
return to the default view showing the current
Note: Upon first use of the navigation system
by a User Profile, that user will receive a
prompt and must read and agree to the Terms
and Conditions before proceeding.
The smart drawer can expand the Navigation
screen into the Pilot Panel for additional
details menus not available in the smaller
On the Pilot Panel, press the icon on
the Navigation screen to configure navigation
- Offline Mode: Nav App Settings now has
an Offline mode if Users are concerned
about Privacy. GPS will still be available,
but you will not be connected to a
server. Before using this mode, you must
first download maps to use in Offline
- Downloadable Maps: Users can now
download one or more states or
provinces at a time.
Downloadable maps are used when
connectivity is lost. You can also pause
and resume a download to control what
gets downloaded and when.
Note: When connectivity is lost, and
when using only downloaded maps, the number of Points of Interest for Search
is more limited, and the route is no
longer an EV Route - it won
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To navigate to a location, open the smart
drawer on the right Cockpit Panel to select
a destination. Use Alexa voice commands
to navigate hands-free. Tap the search icon
of choose from one of the search category
shortcuts or recent destinations and search
Move the smart drawer into the Cockpit Panel
to access additional options:
-Use the Search bar to type in an address
via the on-screen keyboard.
- You can also select one of the six
categories. Swipe left or right to view
- You can also make your own shortcuts
for HOME and WORK: Select from your
saved home and work locations. See Setting Home and Work Destinations on
- When you tap the search bar, by default
you will seeRECENTS: Select from a list
of recently-used destinations or search
terms. If you start typing something,
those will be replaced with search
- Search this Area (at another location on
the map if you pan the map)
When routing, you have 2 additional ways to
-Along The Route
- Near Destination
Charging Category Search
From the main Navigation smart drawer,
tap the CHARGING category to view nearby
charging stations. Where possible, these
include plug type and availability information
(requires data connectivity).
The default view shows nearby Electrify
America DC fast chargers above 150
kilowatts, which provide the best charger user
experience. There is a switch to turn off
Electrify America only, to see a mix of nearby
You can also manually Sort and Filter based
on criteria like availability, distance, power,
plug type, or charging vendor (such as
All Lucid routes are EV routes. Lucid EV
routes are integrated with your vehicle
range and consumption profile. It considers
not just the current state of charge, road
profile, temperature, Heating, ventilation,
and air conditioning (HVAC) and traffic
conditions, but it also predicts your unique
vehicle consumption over time under those
Once a location is specified, the map will
display an overview of the proposed route on
both the ICR and the CID. Up to 3 Route
Options will be shown, each with its own
written summary and visual display on the
map. The recommended top option is the
Fastest route (least time spend driving), and
it will be shown on the map in blue. The other
alternative suggestions will also be shown on
the map but in gray. Traffic conditions on
each route will be included. If charge stops
are required, they will be auto-added to all 3
routes and will be displayed on all 3 routes.
Before you tap GO, you can preview and
plan your route on the MY ROUTE screen,
which will show up to three route options
including the estimated time of arrival (ETA),
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total distance, and traffic conditions along the
route. If the route requires charging stops to reach the destination, then charging stops will
automatically be added and shown on this
screen as well.
Note: Because the Auto )add Charging
feature is enabled by default, the system
automatically calculates the battery power
needed for the trip and the recommended charging time for each charging stop.
Once the route has started, the turn-by-
turn guidance instructions are shown on the
top navigation screen. Lane guidance, exit
numbers, and other guidance details will be
displayed when appropriate. While routing, if the navigation is replaced with media or
phone, navigation instructions will remain in
view in the Center Cockpit Panel while a route
is in progress.
The MANAGE tab summarizes the stops and their specific details. The DETAILS tab lists
every turn and stop along your route.
When the system automatically adds charging stops, extra details are provided for eachstop such as estimated percent on arrival,
suggested plug type to use, suggested number
of minutes to charge for, and suggested
minimum percent to charge up to. This
information will persistently show in both the
DETAILS tab and the MANAGE tab until your
route ends.You can also tap each Waypoint on
the Route directly from the map view to see
When starting a trip, we initially show you in
the smart drawer a full list of instructions.
This list automatically minimizes after thirty
seconds, to use the full screen for viewing
your maps and route. The route will display all
of your stops and traffic conditions. The smart
drawer with the list of instructions and details
about your stops can be manually reopened.
You can add, reorder, or delete stops.
If at any point you deviate from the route,
the system will quickly and automatically
recalculate a new route and immediately give
new guidance instructions.
While routing, if you have to stop and turn
off the vehicle, and you come back and turn on the vehicle, the route will continue to be
present on the screen.
Press END or use voice commands ("Alexa,
cancel navigation") to end navigation.
The Lucid navigation system will periodically
check that predicted charge on arrival is
still correct. It checks everytime you finish
charging, everytime you reach a low state
of charge, and every fifteen minutes while
routing. If the EV routing conditions have
significantly changed and the route needs to
be refreshed, a notification will appear and
will ask you to agree to a new route.
If for some reason the EV route requires
charging, but a fast charger could not be
automatically added along the route, then
an Insufficient Charge notification will be
shown inside navigation. In this case, we
recommend that you manually search for charging. Usually, slow chargers can be found
along the route and can be used.
Note: When Routing starts, a Mute button will
appear on the top navigation screen, which
enables you to turn off the audio guidance.
Adjusting the Map
The maps on either the ICR and CID
screen can be individually rotated, panned,
or zoomed in and out via the touchscreen.
Any time the map is manipulated beyond your vehicle
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Map Updates and Offline Mode
When a data connection is present, the "self-
healing maps" are updated automatically over
the air with no user intervention as they
When your vehicle does not have an available
wireless internet connection, the navigation
system will pull from any existing map
data that was automatically downloaded
and stored by the vehicle based on
driving and search history. Any resulting
information displayed will be labeled as
OFFLINE RESULTS, and will not include live
traffic conditions, EV-style routing, charge