Lotus is almost ready to build its 2,000hp Evija electric hypercar. Production is expected to begin at a new facility in summer 2020.
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Covered in camouflage, the electric Lotus Evija hypercar can be seen in action at a circuit, getting very out of shape in a new video.
The first new Lotus in 11 years is a 2,000hp electric hypercar with radical aero and a kerb weight of just 1,680kg. Here’s what you need to know
As the all-electric Lotus Evija hypercar is revealed, we chart the history of the marque’s coolest cars, including the Esprit Turbo, 340R and Lotus Carlton
Lotus has revealed the name of its upcoming electric hypercar at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Meet the Lotus Evija
Richard Hill, chief aerodynamicist at Lotus, on a career making cars go faster, plus Chris Boardman’s Olympic bicycle and Roger Moore’s underwater Esprit.
British-built 188 mph sports car is now available for leasing deals in the United States, with finance options for Canada to follow shortly
We drive the visceral Elise Cup 250 on UK roads – and speak to Lotus CEO Phil Popham about the marque’s future under Geely ownership.
There are just 298 hypercars registered in the UK, including 65 Bugatti Veyrons and 64 McLaren Sennas. Still want that Sao Penza?
We bring together a Ford enthusiast and the Mk1 Lotus Cortina he sold four decades ago – now part of Ford’s heritage collection.
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