Lotus hypercrossover details Lotus electric crossover price revealed Hypercrossover Lotus Electre will hit the market in three versions. The top will be Eletre R with an electric power plant with a capacity of 918 horsepower and acceleration to “hundreds” in 2.95 seconds.
Such a car will receive special equipment, including a Track driving profile sharpened for aggressive driving, and will cost 150,990 euros, which corresponds to 9.3 million rubles. At the same time, the price of the initial Eletre will be 95,990 euros, or 5.9 million rubles.
Lotus has clarified the specification of the Eletre electric crossover. The model will hit the market in three versions: Eletre, Eletre S and Eletre R. The first two will receive a power plant with a capacity of 612 horsepower and 710 Nm of torque, while for the Eletre R a return of 918 forces and 985 Nm is declared.
The dynamic characteristics are as follows: acceleration to a hundred for Eletre, Eletre S takes 4.5 seconds, for Eletre R – serious 2.95; the maximum speed is 258 and 265 kilometers per hour, respectively.
All crossovers rely on a battery with a capacity of 112 kilowatt-hours. Basic versions can travel up to 600 kilometers without recharging, Eletre R – up to 490 kilometers. The starting price of Eletre in Europe is 95,990 euros (5.9 million rubles).
The base crossover has four lidars, air suspension, matrix headlights, an active grille, 22-inch wheels, a 15-speaker KEF audio system and an ECARX OLED center display. Crossover multimedia runs on Lotus Hyper OS using the Unreal Engine game engine.
Eletre S for 120,990 euros (7.5 million rubles) features an active rear spoiler, door closers, illuminated thresholds and an air quality control system – but the infernal Eletre R is a completely different calico.
Regularly, the crossover worth 150,990 euros (9.3 million rubles) is equipped with Lotus Dynamic Handling packages (specific chassis settings) and Carbon Fiber (carbon fiber parts), as well as Track mode (only Eletre R), steel pedals and UHP tires .
The Track’s ride profile is based on experience gained at the Nurburgring. In it, the air suspension presses the electric car to the ground, and the electronically controlled shock absorbers and the roll suppression system go into the most aggressive mode of operation. At the same time, the flaps in the bumper open and the launch control is activated.
In the future, Lotus will also have more advanced technology that will allow car owners to drive on the Northern loop in a completely autonomous way.
The key markets for Lotus Eletre will be the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland. But this does not mean that the geography will not expand. The model is scheduled to launch in North America, the Middle East and Asia Pacific in 2024.
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