Lucid has revealed that its DreamDrive Pro advanced driver-assistance system will continue to improve and add new features over time.
The electric car manufacturer’s hardware and software suite of semi-autonomous technologies runs on the Nvidia Drive platform and uses Nvidia’s advanced Drive Hyperion technology. Lucid notes that the software stack from Nvidia will allow for regular over-the-air software updates
Lucid’s flagship DreamDrive Pro system has no less than 32 sensors, consisting of 14 cameras, 1 lidar, 5 radars, and 12 ultrasonic units. The automaker notes that its proprietary “Ethernet Ring” also provides for a high degree of redundancy for key systems such as braking, steering, and various key sensors.