Lotus has unveiled the new Emeya sedan, an all-electric four-door GT that will serve as the brand’s latest flagship model. Highlights include more than 900 horsepower in top-spec trim and a sprint to 62 mph in less than three seconds. The new 2025 Lotus Emeya will rival the forthcoming all-electric Corvette sedan.
The streamlined exterior of the 2025 Lotus Emeya incorporates a number of active aerodynamic features, including an active front grille, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler. Inside, there’s an array of eco-conscious materials, including “a new luxury thread made from repurposed fibres from the fashion industry,” as well as materials like aluminum Alcantara, Nappa leather, and more. Audio entertainment is courtesy of a KEF stereo, while a 55-inch augmented-reality head-up display is optional. Seating capacity is capped at five with the available rear bench equipped.
The top-spec model features dual electric motors producing 905 horsepower and 727 pound-feet of torque, with a two-speed transmission for the rear motor. Put it all together, and it’s enough to propel the 2025 Lotus Emeya from a standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 2.8 seconds. Top speed in this configuration is set at more than 155 mph. The 102 kWh battery will also add 93 miles of range in five minutes when connected to a 350kW DC fast charger, while hitting 80-percent range in 18 minutes. Lower-spec trims are expected to dole out 603 horsepower and 523 pound-feet of torque.
Far from the featherweight sports cars which Lotus is typically known for producing, the sizable heft of the 2025 Lotus Emeya is managed by an electronically controlled air suspension system that self-adjusts to suit the road surface and provide a smooth ride.
Production of the 2025 Lotus Emeya is set to kick off next year. Further details will be released in Q4, including market availability and pricing.