Lotus sold off $ 2.65 million annual Evija electric hypercarMarch 10, 2020
The debut of the Lotus Evija electric car took place in the summer of 2019. Lotus plans to put the car on the assembly line this year.
In the summer of 2020, the Lotus Evija electric hypercar, which is called the most powerful serial car in the world, will be released in the series. Despite the fact that the assembly will begin only in a few months, the Lotus Evija electric cars that were planned for this year have already found their owners, Autocar writes. In total, the brand plans to release 130 copies of the new hypercar. How many cars will get off the assembly line this year, unfortunately, are not reported. Lotus Evija costs about $ 2,650,000
In length, the novelty reaches 4.59 meters, in width – two meters, in height – 1.12 meters. Each such hypercar is planned to be assembled manually.
Another no less important feature that makes the car unique is its powerful propulsion system, whose output is 2,000 hp. Evija spends less than three seconds on the first 100 kph, and the maximum speed of the hypercar reaches the mark of 320 km / h. The release of Lotus Evija will be organized in the UK: the production will be located in the former Lotus Engineering building.
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