If you are a Canadian driver who has reserved (or plants to reserve) a Lucid Air by June 30th — you’re in luck! Earlier today, Electrify Canada announced an agreement with Lucid Motors to offer those drivers two years of complimentary, ultra-fast EV charging across the expansive Electrify Canada public charging network.
For those unfamiliar with the (very impressive) Lucid Air specs, the EV boasts ultra-fast charging levels of 350kW. Translation: these EVs will charge faster than any other EV currently on the market, and can add 350 km of range in as little as 15 minutes. To use the Plug&Charge technology at Electrify Canada’s network, drivers don’t even have to pull out their wallet, smartphone or bank card — they can simply plug in their vehicle.
“We are excited to work with Electrify Canada given the quality and reliability of its charging network and plans to expand across Canada,” said Zak Edson, vice president, sales and service at Lucid. “By combining our groundbreaking battery technology with Electrify Canada’s ultra-fast charging speeds, we will provide our customers with a premium electric driving experience.”
Currently, the Electrify Canada network spans across 30 stations and 120 chargers; however, by 2026, the network is expected to add more than 100 charging stations with more than 500 chargers. The stations also provide overhead canopies for shelter and light, and are located along major Canadian highways to ensure easy access to convenient amenities like shopping and restaurants. Electrify Canada also offers 24-hour customer service via their Customer Contact Centre.
“As Electrify Canada continues to expand its network across Canada, we are proud to collaborate with Lucid Motors to provide a seamless charging experience to Lucid Air drivers,” says Rob Barrosa, senior director of sales, business development & marketing at Electrify Canada. “We are excited to deliver ultra-fast charging speeds and innovative technologies like Plug&Charge to enhance the charging experience for capable vehicles like Lucid Air.”