Previously, we’ve covered the most expensive electric vehicles on the road in 2021, and focused on consumer-grade vehicles you’re more likely to actually see on the road. Much of the feedback in the comments relayed that many of the EVs listed weren’t truly the most expensive. While we’d argue that original list pertains more to the most expensive vehicles to reach series production for consumers, we heard you. Now, you also have a list of the most expensive electric vehicles that exist on planet Earth, regardless if they’re actually available for sale. Enjoy.
Lotus Evija Stories September 24
Lotus Evija Stories September 21
Following a recent announcement to introduce a new lineup of all-electric performance cars, Lotus has shared the chassis architecture the EVs will sit upon. The rear structure on this new architecture is 37% lighter than it is on the current Emira V6 and will support a new generation of Lotus performance cars with zero emissions.
Lotus Evija Stories October 16, 2020
Lotus is today unveiling new working prototypes of its upcoming $2 million all-electric Evija hypercar, and it brought the prototypes to the racetrack.
Lotus Evija Stories June 16, 2020
Take note of Phil Popham’s words. The CEO of Lotus made it crystal clear this week that he believes that electric motors and batteries are the right technology for sports cars. Popham’s stance couldn’t be more different than what Ferrari executives believe: that EV technology is “not developed” enough for sports cars, much less a supercar.
Lotus Evija Stories July 16, 2019
Lotus unveiled its all-electric Evija hypercar today, touting it as the world’s most powerful production road car. It starts at £1.7 million ($2.1 million).
Lotus Evija Stories July 4, 2019