It will have its world premiere on September 7th. It’s also the British marque’s first high-performance sedan since the Carlton, and it’s also an all-electric design.
Lotus officially released a warm-up video, confirming that the new car will be equipped with wrap-around LED taillights and a unique rear wing, and the front face also has iconic LED lights, which is very similar to the Lotus Eletre SUV.
Lotus calls the new Chinese-built model a “hyper-GT,” just as it calls the Eletre the world’s first super-SUV, which probably means the new car is going to be strong in terms of performance.
According to reports, the Emeya will be similar in size to the Polestar 5 luxury wagon that will be launched next year, but Lotus general manager Matt Windle has previously said that although there is some technology transfer, Geely allows its brands, including Polestar, to carry out independent production. develop. This means that Xi Chunian will be significantly different in key respects.
Lotus has not disclosed any technical details related to this model, but foreign media believe that the entry-level version may provide a dual-motor configuration and will bring about 602 horsepower, which matches the Taycan GTS; while the top Eletre R It is expected to be equipped with a stronger electric motor, which can increase the output power to 904 horsepower.
In addition, Emeya is expected to retain Eletre’s 112kWh battery pack, which is expected to have a cruising range of more than 400 miles (about 643.74 kilometers), and will support 420kW fast charging.