In the new image, the car looks less bulky than originally thought. Previously, the model confirmed “innovative active dampers” in the bumper, which will cool the elements of the power plant and reduce air resistance, and a lidar on the roof. From standstill to 100 kilometers per hour, the crossover can accelerate in about three seconds.
In the meantime, Lotus has only one electric car in its arsenal – the Evija hypercar with a four-engine power plant with a peak output of 2028 horsepower. It spends the same three seconds to accelerate from standstill to “hundreds”, and the maximum speed is electronically limited at around 340 kilometers per hour.