Lotus teases Emira, its latest combustion car, ahead of its July 6 premiere

Lotus teases Emira, its latest combustion car, ahead of its July 6 premiere

Lotus has released a new teaser for its hypermarket Emir – the latest combustion engine car ready for its world premiere on July 6th. The sports car manufacturer plans to make all the electricity by 2028 and will be in Emirate from its stable to the end. use only fossil fuels.

The teaser shows a part of the Emirate’s interior: the upper half of the Alcantaran-worn steering wheel sport and contrasting yellow stitching and a 12’’s watch list. In the middle of the steering wheel is the updated Lotus logo and also has many control functions.

A notable element in the steering are the paddle shifters behind it, which indicates that the Emira will be available with an automatic transmission. However, it is hoped that Lotus will also offer a manual transmission option along with its clutch pedal in its latest ICE car. Another important point seen in the teaser is the configurable set of digital tools.

Emira has already entered the production phase of Lotus in Hethel (England) after the company received an investment of more than £ 100 million. The manufacturer is included as a milestone in the Vision80 route.

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The new emir Lotus will replace the old Elise, Exige and Evora team. The sports car could get a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. Evora’s 3.5-liter V6 unit may be available for this purpose, Motor 1 reported.

Lotus, which has taken the first steps towards electrification and sustainable mobility, has also launched the pre-production process of its first pure Evia hyper-electric car together with the Emir. Evija will have a limited production of 130 cars and will sell for about two million pounds each.

The Geely-owned company announced earlier this year that it would invest more than £ 2 billion ($ 2.8 billion) in new technologies and massively expand production of its sports car models, as well as achieve its electrification goal.


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