The Lotus Evija is a CSR2 Flash Event paid Car of Season 158.
Obviously, the Evija is one of the faster cars in Tier 5.
Lotus Evija SPecifications
With the Lotus Evija, the British sports car manufacturer is making an impressive comeback after ten years without a new car. The fresh cells for the small series, limited to 130 units, are supplied by none other than Geely.
The Chinese, who have already revitalized Volvo, electrified the iconic London Taxi, bought a major stake in Daimler, and in spring 2019 will also take over half of Smart and thus responsibility for the future of the bonsai Benz, have also entered Hethel and want to lead Lotus into a new era. And last but not least, the bulging coffers of the Chinese suggest that it could work this time.
Production is not scheduled to start until 2020, but if practice delivers even a fraction of what theory promises, then the Lotus Evija will be worth all the waiting. The two-seater will be nothing less than the hottest supercar ever to roll through the UK – and of course it does so future-proofed and therefore purely electric. Drawn with the heavily modernized lines of the Elise, smoothed out in the wind tunnel and spectacularly staged, the Evija, which is not even 4.50 meters long and barely 1.12 meters high, runs on four electric motors.
Together, they produce 2,000 hp and are intended to make the Lotus the most powerful production car in the world. The performance that Lotos is promising for the Evija is correspondingly impressive. The sprint from 0 to 100 in less than three seconds is already spectacular. But the fact that it takes just three seconds to reach 200 and another four seconds to 300 is unprecedented. And not many other cars manage a top speed of more than 340 km/h.
The CSR2 Lotus Evija
The 5 purple star Lotus can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Evija should run 6.842s. To sum up, the Evija is one of the faster Cars in Tier 5.
Lotus Evija tune and shift pattern
|NOS||50 / 9.8|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start (early perfect), 9mph 2nd, NOS little before 3rd, 27mph, 43mph 4th, rest deep good shifts|