Following the launch of the Eletre, a pure electric high-performance SUV, the British sports car manufacturer Lotus went one step further and released the brand's first four-door pure electric sports car "Emeya". The original manufacturer positioned it as a high-end Hyper-GT class sedan. The performance sports car is aimed directly at competitors such as Porsche Taycan Turbo, Audi RS e-tron GT and Tesla Model S. Emeya is expected to start production next year, but it is understood that the original manufacturer of this car is currently planning to produce it at Lotus's new factory in Wuhan, China, so the chance of domestic introduction at this stage should be minimal.
Lotus Emeya, whose slogan is "For The Drivers" (born for driving), in addition to its eye-catching and high-tech double-layer separated LED light group, as well as a hood full of muscle and sharp folds, the front of the car has The original factory also equipped this car with quite advanced active aerodynamic system and air pressure suspension system. For example, the variable air intake dam on the front of the car has the function of reducing drag and dissipating heat, and the active spoiler on the lower edge can also provide protection at high speeds. The front downforce brings precise and excellent steering response to the vehicle. As for the rear of the car, in addition to the very eye-catching through-type LED taillight design, it is also equipped with a double-layer active spoiler with a width of 296mm. When raised, it can provide 215kg of downforce to stabilize the vehicle.
In the interior part, Lotus Emeya also adopts the current minimalist design style and is made of a large number of sustainable and environmentally friendly materials, and uses PVD coating technology to metallize the interior of the car. The console is equipped with a large touch screen and an OLED instrument information display in front of the main and passenger seats. In addition, it is also equipped with an AR (Augmented Reality) head-up display and a 3D surround sound created in cooperation with KEF. The system provides excellent visual, sound and light experience for the vehicle occupants.
In terms of power, Emeya is equipped with a front/rear dual electric motor system, with a maximum horsepower and torque output of 905 hp and 100.4kgm. The official acceleration time from 0 to 100 km/h is only 2.78 seconds, and it is claimed that 80 to 120 km/h can be reached within 2 seconds. can be completed, while the top speed can reach 256km/h. In addition, the matching 102kWh battery module has a maximum cruising range of about 600km (CLTC) and supports 800V fast charging. Especially with 350kW fast charging, it only takes 15 minutes to charge from 10% to 80%, or even just 10% to 80%. It can replenish the cruising range of about 180km in 5 minutes.
This post was last modified on September 18, 2023 9:39 am
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