Lotus unveils its electric-powered ‘hyper-SUV’

Published on 4/1/2022 11:48:46 AM

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Calling it the world’s first “hyper-SUV,” Lotus has released the electric-powered Electre, which is calls “the most significant milestone yet” for the British-based sports car producer. Lotus says the vehicle will go into production in China later this year.

“The company’s famed expertise in the fields of ride and handling, steering and optimized aerodynamics have been carefully and respectfully evolved,” according to the company’s news release.

“The Eletre takes the heart and soul of the latest Lotus sports car – the Emira – and the revolutionary aero performance of the all-electric Evija hypercar, and reinterprets them as a Hyper-SUV.

“Known until two days ago only by its Lotus codename, Type 132, the Eletre is a globally relevant product.”

Lotus said the electric SUV has 4-wheel drive, more than 600 horsepower and a target range of nearly 375 miles, with the capability of being recharged for nearly 250 miles in 20 minutes.

Lotus said the Eletre is available for sale “across global markets,” though deliveries won’t begin until 2023 and at first in China, the UK and Europe.

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