British sports car maker Lotus began in 1953, and most recently offered its Elise, Exige and Evora models in the US. However, sales were suspended due to non-compliance with US safety regulations.
The folks from Stuttgart might want to look out, because it looks like Lotus is coming for the Cayman GT4.
The new architecture will underpin future Lotus EVs and can accommodate a variety of pack sizes, power levels and wheelbases.
The last-ever Lotus to feature internal combustion is looking better the more we learn about it.
The Emira is the last Lotus without a fully electric powertrain, and it replaces the Elise, Exige and Evora in one fell swoop.
It takes the regular Emira and adds safety, adjustability and aero to make it an on-track weapon.
The British marque, which is a lot more Chinese these days, dumped its EV plans on us and it's not just about lightweight sports cars anymore.
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With lightweight construction and an AMG-sourced turbo four engine or a V6 with a manual transmission, the Emira is a swan song for Lotus' non-EVs.