Overview about Lotus Evija:
The all-electric Lotus Evija hypercar is both visually exciting and mechanically extraordinary, with ultrafast charging capability and almost 2000 horsepower.
If the corporate can meet its intended total output of 1972 horsepower, the Evija (pronounced E-vee-ya) are the foremost powerful production road car on the world.
Lotus plans to create only 130 samples of this exotic EV—none of which can be offered within the U.S.—at a value of over $2.1 million each.
A name whose etymology can be traced back to the Biblical Hebrew חי, meaning ‘alive’, or ‘living’. which is The name of ‘Evija’ is derived from Eve of the Abrahamic religions.
Powertrain, Charging, and Handling
The Evija features a mostly carbon-fibre structure and is powered purely by electricity. All four wheels are driven by a combined motor that produces up to 1972 horsepower and a claimed 1254 lb-ft of torque through a single-speed transmission.
Its mid-mounted battery pack is displayed underneath a transparent cover. Lotus claims that 80 per cent of the Evija’s battery will be charged in only 12 minutes because of ultrafast charging rates.
alongside a pushrod-operated rear suspension, the electrified hypercar features extensive aerodynamic addenda that has a diffuser with a drag-reduction system (called DRS) and an adjustable rear wing.
Lotus Evija: Interior and Technology
The Lotus Evija has drawn comparisons with the Ford GT and therefore the Aston Martin Valkyrie, with much of its appearance mimicking the technical look of LMP race cars.
The fanciful Lotus features a camera-based rearview mirror system that has pods that motor out of the scissor-opening doors. Despite the similarities with track-ready hypercars like the McLaren Senna, the Evija boasts a livable cabin space.
With adjustable seats, sufficient shoulder room, and real (non-touch-sensitive) switchgear, its interior is surprisingly practical. Of course, the Lotus Evija also are going to be crammed with carbon-fibre surfaces and other luxuries.