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Lotus Emira Description
The Emira was presented at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on 6 July 2021. It will replace the Evora, Exige and Elise. Following its debut, the Hethel-based company revealed the GT4 race car equivalent, which will make its track debut in 2022, replacing the older Evora GT4. Emira’s design bears several similarities to that of Lotus’ high-performance car Evija, which was presented in 2019.
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It was confirmed that the new Emira will go on sale in March 2022 and will come with a 3.5 litre supercharged V6 sourced by Toyota. Power figures are 406 PS (299 kW; 400 hp) and 430 N⋅m (320 lb⋅ft) of torque. Available in either 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. Later on, a smaller 2.0 litre turbocharged engine sourced from Mercedes-AMG with an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT) will be made available for the new Emira, with 365 PS (268 kW; 360 hp).
Pricing was announced on 20 September 2021 starting at £59,995 for the base I4 and £75,995 including 20% VAT tax for the V6 First Edition. US pricing was announced on 1 October 2021 starting at $74,900 for the base I4 and $93,900 for the V6 First Edition. The V6 First Edition is expected to be available by spring 2022 with the I4 following in spring 2023. In 2022, the Emira made its debut in Malaysia with the First Edition being the variant on offer. It will be powered by the 3.5 litre supercharged V6.
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