Lotus Evija is hailed as "The World’s most powerful series production car". Priced at $2.1 (N758.5 million), the supercar boasts four electric motors that blow a targeted combined output of 1,972 hp / 1,471 kW and 1,254 lb-ft of torque. The Evija can hit 0-100 km/h in less than 3 seconds, before exceeding 320 km/h.
The Evija can hit 0-100 km/h in less than 3 seconds, before exceeding 320 km/h
After its impressive unveiling at the Lotus Day in Japan and United States’ Monterey Car Week, Lotus Evija's world tour is currently going on in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The automaker has had it showcased at its retail outlet in Dubai, after celebrating the official debut of this Hypercar in the Middle East, which was opened 1 year ago. This store, which is 465 square meter, has the capability of showcasing up to ten cars, and the Lotus Evija is in the spotlight.
The Middle Easterners can't seem to get enough of this electric speed demon, which is currently on Dubai tour
Phil Popham, Lotus CEO, who was available alongside, Karl Hamer, Adama Motors (UAE retail brand partner) and Russell Carr, Design Director, at the local appearance of the Evija, said:
“We believe the Evija will really appeal to Gulf state customers, and we’re developing the car with them – and particularly the local climate – in mind. Real-world testing of prototypes is now underway to ensure optimum performance in every market.”
1972 hp Lotus Evija - The speed demon has finally come to the beautiful desert
Looks like this British stunning speedster will be available in the region for those who are willing to see to it live, for just few days. It will make its appearance this time at the automaker’s retailer located in Abu Dhabi as well as several private viewings.
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