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.
Lotus’ high-performance EV will rocket from 0-62 mph in less than three seconds and have a top speed in excess of 200 mph.
The electric hypercar will be unveiled at a special event later this month.
Lotus’ first-ever hypercar will, reportedly, have four electric motors and be co-developed with Williams.
This Lotus SUV prototype is wearing an old Lynk & Co 01 shell in an attempt to fool onlookers.