The Emira is the last Lotus without a fully electric powertrain, and it replaces the Elise, Exige and Evora in one fell swoop.
The First Edition V6 Emira will be initially available in six colors.
These include classics like Hethel yellow and a green called dark verdant.
But also a gorgeous shade of magma red, and the launch shade of Seneca blue.
The First Edition will be available only as a V6 at first, but with either manual or automatic transmission.
The I4 version will only be available with a dual-clutch transmission and will arrive fall 2022.
The Emira is Lotus' first new sports car in over a decade.
It rides on a new platform and replaces the Elise, Exige and Evora.
The Emira will be Lotus' last car with an internal combustion engine, and it'll be offered with a supercharged Toyota V6 or a turbocharged four-cylinder from AMG.
The V6 will be available with a manual transmission.
The Emira's styling takes heavy influence from the Evija electric hypercar.
The Emira's interior is easily the nicest cabin we've seen from Lotus.
It's got high-end materials, a pair of screens and a minimalist design.
The Emira will be available with safety features like adaptive cruise control and lane-departure warning.
When it goes on sale next spring the Emira should start at around $80,000.
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