Do you desire a world-class supercar that delivers phenomenal performance, while leaving a minimal footprint on the environment? Check out the all-electric 2021 Lotus Evija! The 2021 Lotus Evija greatly impresses, with its powerful and efficient powertrain, a lightweight carbon-fiber body structure, quick acceleration, state-of-the-art technologies, and the ability to customize to fit your unique tastes. Get the 2021 Lotus Evija at Holman Motorcars! We offer nationwide U.S. shipping!
The name “Evija” translates to “first in existence,” which is fitting, for the Lotus Evija is the first British all-electric supercar. The electric powertrain in the Evija was developed by Williams Advanced Engineering, which is famous for its success in the Formula One and the all-electric Formula E racing circuits. With its energy-dense battery pack and four electric motors, the electric powertrain in the Evija generates an output of 1,972 horsepower. This makes the Evija the most powerful production road car in the world. The Evija is very fast, with a top speed of over 200 mph. It achieves the zero to 100 kph (62 mph) sprint in under three seconds.
With its lightweight carbon fiber body structure, the Evija weighs only 1,680 kg (3,704 lbs). This makes the Evija the world’s lightest all-electric supercar. For a personalized driving experience, the Evija has selectable driving modes, with settings for Sport, City, Range, Track, and Tour. The Evija also has a respectable estimated range of 250 miles.
The Lotus Evija is undeniably beautiful, with the carbon fiber bodywork forming a shrink-wrapped appearance over the mechanical components. Lotus drew inspiration from the aeronautics industry to create a pleasing combination of sweeping curves and crisp lines. Inside the Evija, the cockpit features a “floating wing” dashboard, a meticulous attention to detail, and useful technologies like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.
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