Lotus has dropped several hints about its plans for future electrification, but a new report has revealed more details about its EV ambition.
Lotus is nearing delivery of its last internal combustion car, the Emira, and will be ramping up its electric car efforts in the coming years.
Previously, the only indication Lotus gave on its electrified future came in the form of the Evija hypercar, but that car’s price and 130-unit limited production run – which will commence soon – mean it’ll be unobtainable for most people.
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