The Lotus Evija X is a brand-new technological concept. It is the ultimate manifestation of Evija and is based on the Evija road car. Over the past few weeks, testing on various racetracks has taken place in numerous nations.
The brand-new spy images seen in the gallery below appear to show an Evija with a striking aerodynamic kit. The Evija X moniker is visible on the windscreen, and our photographers informed us that Lotus hired the entire Nurburgring track yesterday in order to fully utilize this prototype’s capabilities. A chopper that was traveling with the Ferrari was likely filming the attempt.
As there are no headlights and the automobile appears to be perched just a few millimeters off the ground, it is obvious that this isn’t a street-legal vehicle. Moreover, there are no side mirrors and a full roll cage inside. The front fenders have strange apertures where parts of the front axle suspension may be seen. Not to mention a set of Pirelli P Zero tires, there is a huge wing on the back.
Evija X prototype, a new version of the Evija that may be track-focused is currently being created. Due to the fact that this automobile cannot be driven on public roads, it is possible that a limited-edition, track-only Evija X is in the works. Alternately, this might possibly be a planned future electric race.
Recall that the Evija’s electric powertrain includes four electric motors with a combined maximum output of 2,011 horsepower (1,500 kW) and 1,257 lb-ft (1,704 Nm). Its power allows for a sprint from 0 to 62 mph (100 kph) in less than three seconds with an electronically controlled top speed of 217 mph (350 kph).