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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