The Emira will be the sole sports car in the lineup and the final gasoline-powered Lotus when it goes on sale early next year.
New Lotus models don’t come along very often, a point made by the new Emira, which you are seeing here in production-ready form for the first time. This is the British maker’s first all-new sports car since the Evora was launched as long ago as 2009, with the Emira also set to effectively replace both the Elise (a development of a car introduced in 2001) and V-6-powered Exige S (which made its debut in 2012).
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