The clip of Lotus Emeya going wild in the snow is fun to watch

The clip of Lotus Emeya going wild in the snow is fun to watch

Exciting things are happening at Lotus.

In the not too distant future, the British manufacturer will launch the Lotus Emeya.

But before it gets there, the all-electric Hyper-GT underwent winter testing in the Arctic Circle, and the pictures are a treat to see.

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Not so long ago, Sergi Gallianofrom Supercar Blondie, has received the keys to the brand’s first electric vehicle, the Lotus Eletre Hyper-SUV.

“In all my years of inspecting cars, this is one of the most impressive,” Mr. Sergi said.

With the bar set so high by Eletre, we expect a lot from Lotus Emeya.

During the winter, the full electric tourer was in Ivalo, Finland, where Lotus engineers completed their verification work.

Despite the fact that they were there “to work” and the temperature reached -25 degrees Celsius, the team that tested Emeya seemed to be happy, taking the Hyper-GT out of the snow and making it towards the closed track.

You could say the latest video whets the appetite – but what else do we know about the EV, other than the fact that it’s good in the snow?

For starters, the all-electric comeback is fully aimed at taking on cars like the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S.

In terms of style, Emeya is a smaller and lower version of Eletre.

It is not difficult to understand their relationship, and Emeya with a similar design of narrow lamps.

But purists will argue that its lower roofline and saloon numbers make it a better car for the Lotus badge.

At the rear, you will find a sloping rear end that gives the car a coupe look when viewed from the rear.

Then there’s a light bar that runs the width of the rear of the car, incorporated below the Lotus badge and a large circular indent.

As for the interior, you can expect a high-quality cabin with quality materials, all from sustainable agriculture.

The dashboard and center console are dominated by a large infotainment touchscreen that controls a number of the vehicle’s key features.

On either side of this large screen are smaller, head-up screens that allow the driver to see a digital display or the front passenger to see important information.

Additionally, an impressive 55-inch display is available, which uses augmented reality.

This is not only a first for the brand, but also a first for the entire industry.

Now let’s move on to the most important part: what’s under the hood.

The Lotus Emeya has a large 102 kWh battery pack similar to the one used in the Eletre.

Although the exact details are yet to be confirmed, we do know that it will offer a range of over 482 kilometers (300 miles) between charges.

It has a charging capacity of up to 350 kWh, which is exactly the same as the recently updated Taycan.

The Emeya’s twin-engine platform produces 905 horsepower, enabling it to complete the 0-60 mph sprint in just 2.8 seconds.

Enough to give the brightest Tesla a cold sweat.

The Lotus Emeya is expected to arrive in the United States between the winter of 2024 and the winter of 2025, with a starting price of around $100,000.