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Citi thinks this newly public electric vehicle maker could compete with Tesla

A Lucid Air Grand Touring electric luxury car is displayed at the Lucid Motors Inc. studio and service center on February 25, 2021 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Investors looking for an electric vehicle play with the potential to compete with Tesla can look to newly public Lucid Motors, according to Citi.

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