Lucid Motors and Local Motors. Two companies, both looking to shake up how the world thinks about vehicles and mobility — but each one is trying to take an entirely different route to get there.
Lucid wants to build a luxury electric sedan (driverless, eventually) by tapping a team of 300 hand-picked experts in the field; Local is building driverless shuttles via the “most distributed team you can imagine,” with a community of more than 30,000 individuals contributing their brainpower to everything from autonomous driving systems to drivetrain design.
What are the strengths and weaknesses of each approach? And is now the right time for this?
At TechCrunch Disrupt NY, Darrell Etherington sat down with Lucid Motors CTO Peter Rawlinson and Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers to talk about how and why it’ll all come together.
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