Lotus unveils Emeya, an electric sports sedan with 918hp

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Lotus launches Emeya, an electric sports sedan to compete with Porsche and Tesla. It is part of a new line of electric cars made in China.

Lotus Emeya

The electric sports sedan that rivals the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S, and is based on Lotus’s new Electric Premium Architecture.

918hp and 984Nm

The dual-motor powertrain of the fastest Emeya, which can sprint from 0-100kph in 2.8sec, matching the top-link Taycan Turbo S.

102kWh battery pack

The energy source of the Emeya, which offers a range similar to the Eletre SUV, and can be charged at rates of up to 350kW.

Air suspension system

The standard-fit feature that scans the road ahead and adjusts the dampers accordingly, for a smooth and comfortable ride.

Active aerodynamic

The grille, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler that enhance the Emeya’s stability and efficiency at high speeds.

Carbon-bodied front seats

The performance-oriented cues that contrast with the luxurious elements inside the Emeya, such as individual rear seats and digital screens.

55.0-inch head-up display

The expansive tech feature that projects key information across the width of the windscreen, for a futuristic driving experience.

Large central touchscreen

The hub of the Emeya’s infotainment system, which offers 5G connectivity, over-the-air updatability, and voice assistance.

Physical controls

The buttons and knobs that complement the touchscreen and allow the driver to access some of the Emeya’s core functions easily.

Distinctive design

The distinctive design element that gives the Emeya a sleeker look than the Eletre SUV, and is enabled by the electric powertrain.

Production in Wuhan

Emeya will enter production at Lotus’s plant in Wuhan, China, next year. Trim levels and prices are expected to be similar to the Eletre.