THE FIRST BRITISH ALL-ELECTRIC HYPERCAR
The thrilling next chapter of one of the greatest automotive stories ever told. The Lotus Evija continues a rich, 70-year tradition of iconic, game-changing road and racing cars. A bloodline steeped in daring innovation and radical thinking takes another revolutionary leap forward.
Evija breathes the air it goes through. Made to be porous, born to be driven. Incredible downforce achieved without any compromise.
Unreal performance enabled by electricity. Developments made possible by years of pioneering heritage. Forged by British engineering, created for the drivers.
Pure beauty. Elegant simplicity.
Carved by the air it flows through.
Evija is a functional masterpiece.
Tailored lightweight luxury. Void of the unnecessary. Attention to detail shown in every single aspect.
Most powerful car ever to enter production
The lightest EV hypercar ever to enter production
Max speed of more than 200mph (320km/h)
Target range (346km) (WLTP combined cycle)
Target CO2 emissions combined 0.0 g/km, target consumption 17.25 KWh/100km (WLTP combined)
The Evija that you have seen in this document and in the press is a prototype, currently undergoing its testing programme. The vehicle specifications detailed on this page are target specifications based upon simulations. We have carried out thousands of hours of computer modelling, dynamic simulation and engineering development that has contributed to the target specifications and we have a strong degree of confidence that as the prototype vehicles progress through their programmes, the target specifications will be met and, in some cases, surpasses. All customers who have placed an order for Evija will be kept up-to-date with the prototype programme and invited to view its progress first hand where suitable.
These figures are target figures assuming the battery has been fully charged. The Evija is a battery electric vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. The target electric range shown is based upon simulated results for the WLTP test procedure.
These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, options fitted, variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load.