The Lotus Eletre SUV; A driver’s delight

Lotus cars, a well thought out, lubish and highly recognized car manufacturing company might have been around for as long as we can remember, but what might be news to the ears is that the brand, known for its customary production of fast cars have now decided to sweep people off their feet with the production of lifestyle vehicles.

Consequently, the first of many from the stable of Lotus is the Eletre_ with its variant cousins the Eletre S and Eletre R. The Eletre is a hyper all-electric SUV, which features 893 horsepower and 726 pound-feet of torque.

It might not be the Evora or even the Emira which both boasts incredible top speed of about 196 mph, however considering that it’s one of the very first sets of lifestyle vehicles from the brand with a standard five back seats and a rare chance of purchasing the four-seat executive seat pack, this is definitely a top tier automobile from Lotus who keep outdoing themselves at every turn.

Product Description

Features and basis

The Eletre is quite an eco-friendly vehicle which features a 12-way electric front seats and four-zone climate control which bodes well in every sense of it. The vehicle also boasts and intelligent cockpit infotainment system to go with it as well as a wireless smartphone charging, apple car play, and a 1,380-watt 15-speaker KEF stereo amongst many other exciting features.

The premium build of the vehicle, which I’m confident every single hand within the LAS and Hethel walls must be proud of also gives the SUV a loveable outlook from the exterior just as much as the unprecedented beauty the interior gives.

Fast charging

Port – CCS

Fast charge Location – In front, Left side

Fast charge power – 350 Kw DC

Fast charge speed – 1090 km/h

Fast charge time – About 20 mins


With revelation from the headquarters, it is believed that more specs of the vehicle are being pushed out there for purchase, and with a price range of around £89,450 or thereabout, this Lotus machine is a huge steal considering how much other vehicles in the same class cost. Albeit the S and R might come at a considerably higher price, but then again, that is expected.


The vehicle will be on sale in the UK and across Europe any moment from now, so prospective buyers can be on the look out from hence.

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