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Lotus A brand that needs no intro

Lotus Cars, founded in 1952 by Colin Chapman, is one of the most iconic British car manufacturers, known for its lightweight sports cars and impressive racing pedigree. After a brief hiatus, Lotus has returned with an electrifying new line-up that is sure to get hearts racing.

First up is the Evija, the world's most powerful production car, boasting an eye-watering 2,000 horsepower and a top speed of over 200 mph. With its sleek design and cutting-edge technology, the Evija is a true masterpiece of engineering. But that's not all, Lotus has also revealed the E-R9, a concept car designed for endurance racing in 2030. With a striking, aerodynamic design and advanced electric powertrain, the E-R9 showcases Lotus' vision for the future of motorsport.

So, whether you're a fan of classic Lotus models or eager to embrace the electric revolution, the future is looking bright for this British institution.

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Eletre

The Lotus Eletre hyper SUV is a huge departure from the British maker’s delicate little sports cars of the past, but their DNA still flows through the luxurious all-electric mega-crossover. Lighter than rivals, scalpel-sharp to drive and with looks to out-Lambo a Lambo, this is a Lotus through and through – one glance at the 2.95sec 0-62mph tells you that.
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Emeya

Set to be the marque's contender against the acclaimed Porsche Taycan, and previously known as the Type 133, this soon-to-be-revealed car hints at a sleek four-door GT design. Following a challenging phase highlighted by the debut of the Emira sports car, delays to the Evija hypercar, and financial hiccups in 2022, Lotus seeks redemption. Early glimpses show a distinct double-line headlight signature and cutting-edge features like cameras replacing traditional wing mirrors. As Lotus aspires to drastically boost its sales, the Emeya might be the ticket to achieving that dream.
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Evija

Perfecting the mix of speed, beauty and electric power, the ooh-ahh Lotus Evija is fast, furious and designed for extreme performance. I want one.