Earlier this month, WardsAuto, announced the winners of the WardsAuto awards and the Lucid Air from Lucid Motors won the 2022 Wards 10 Best Interiors & UX trophy.
WardsAuto wrote, “We always ask the question: “Does the interior and UX sell the car?” The answer is yes. Lucid has created a new gold standard for sustainable and uncompromising interior luxury. Thrilling performance and the longest-range battery option in the marketplace are just icing on the cake.”
“No automaker is doing it better than Lucid Motors, and this achievement wins the Lucid Air a 2022 Wards 10 Best Interiors & UX trophy,” WardsAuto said.
You can read more about Lucid Motors winning this award on WardsAuto.
The Lucid Owners Forum is talking about this, some owners agree that the Lucid Air should win this, while others do not. Here are some quotes from the thread:
Definition: “User experience (UX) design is the process design teams use to create products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users.” I think the Lucid is spot on regarding this.
If you read the article, the judges were mainly focused on the interior styling and materials. The UX is GREAT, if you are judging it like this. It just falls flat in everyday use, but I still think it looks phenomenal, even if functionally it’s lacking.
UX is the function, not the look. But it’s the DESIGN of the function, not the execution. They wouldn’t ding it for bugs, etc. in other words. They would be concerned with how good it were to use if there were no bugs. If that makes sense.