The Lotus Evija is powered by four electric motors combining to deliver 1973 hp.
The new Lotus logo supposedly adheres to Colin Chapman’s famous motto to “simply and add lightness”.
Despite its name, this Eleven never actually raced at Le Mans but still has an interesting history behind it.
The Evora GT, which replaces the 400 and 410 Sport, is powered by a 3.5-liter supercharged V6 with 416 HP.
Lotus’ first-ever hypercar features four electric motors that pump out an astounding 1,987 HP.
This Ford Lotus Cortina sold for a whopping $270k at auction last weekend.
The Lotus Evora GT replaces the Evora 400 and Evora Sport 410 and has a starting price of $96,950.
Lotus’ 1,972 hp Evija electric hypercar has been rendered in a series of different hues, too.
The Lotus Evija features four electric motors pumping out a total of 1,973 hp.
The Lotus Evija has almost 2000 hp and production will kick off next year.
The upcoming model could be a replacement for the Elise, Exige or Evora.
Jeremy Clarkson says he’d rather own a turbocharged Lotus Esprit V8, of course.