Lotus is building an Electric SuperCar ‘Type 135’

The Lotus Esprit is one of the most iconic sports cars of all time, and making such a car comeback is an important part of the future of fun driving.  Based on the “sketch” that Lotus released this week of its future electric supercar, currently called Type 135, I think we’re looking at it.  The All-Electric Esprit is definitely cool and leave Lotus to get such a thing right.

Probably building an Electric Esprit the new avatar.

  Lotus has previously referred to the Type 135 as its next electric car, following the Eviza Hypercar.  The company mentioned that it will be available in a two-seat or longer wheelbase 2 + 2 layout and the car will be available with two different battery systems;  66.4 kWh and 99.6 kWh.

  In addition to the above diagram, Lotus announced that it would work with Britishwolt for its electric car battery stacks.  Battery cell experts work with Lotus to develop high-density batteries, fast charging, and most importantly, to reduce the weight of its battery packs.  Leave Lotus to find a way to apply the old “simplify and simplify” policy to the EV sports car.

  Matt Windle, Managing Director of Lotus Cars, commented: “Lotus is delighted to partner with British Volt to develop new battery cell technology to showcase the vibrant performance that the Lotus EV sports car can deliver.

  He said: “Last year we committed Lotus to a clean electric future and in the first month of this year we have announced another significant step in that journey.

About Lotus Esprit

The Lotus Esprit is a British sports car built by Lotus Cars between 1976 and 2004 at their Hethel factory in England.  This is the first of polygonal “fold paper” designs by designer Giorgietto Giugiaro.

  The Lotus Esprit is a fiberglass-bodied, mid-engine, two-seat premium sports car that has been on the market for 28 years and four different generations.  In the early 1970s, Lotus founder Colin Chapman decided that building an established, striped-down sports car was not the most lucrative way, and decided to challenge the aesthetic and replace the aging Lotus Europa with a more modern sports car.

It manufactures sports cars and racing cars, known for their light weight and well-maintained characteristics.  Lotus has previously participated in Formula One racing through Team Lotus, winning the Formula One World Championship seven times.

Giorgetto Giugiaro’s Italdesign was chosen to style the new car on a modified Europa chassis, and in 1972, the Lotus M70 concept began with the wild boomerang concept of Italdesign.

Look forward to the return of the wedge door-stopper lotus.  If done right, this could be a really wonderful addition to the Esprit icon story.  The specifications look great, so let’s hope the lotus can do it.  Unfortunately the Type 135 won’t hit dealer showrooms until 2026, so we still have plenty of time to wait.  Fortunately it gives Lotus some time to perfect.

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