Lotus Emeya Electric Hypercar Now Available to Order in China

Chinese auto enthusiasts can now get their hands on the new Lotus Emeya, the British automaker’s first four-door electric hypercar. Lotus has officially launched the Emeya in China with order books now open and customer deliveries beginning in 2024.

The Emeya brings exotic hypercar performance in a practical four-door layout, accelerating from 0-100 km/h in under 2.8 seconds thanks to its dual motor AWD powertrain producing up to 905 hp.


  • Lotus Emeya standard model starts at 668,000 yuan ($94,000)
  • Lotus Emeya S+ starts at 768,000 yuan ($108,000) 
  • Lotus Emeya R+ starts at 968,000 yuan ($136,000)
  • Top-spec Lotus Emeya R+ Black Gold model priced at 1,180,000 yuan ($166,000)

The range-topping Emeya R+ Black Gold edition features exclusive interior and exterior styling touches setting it apart, including black gold exterior accents.

All versions of the Emeya feature carbon fiber body panels, active aerodynamics, air suspension, and a high-end bespoke audio system co-developed with audio experts KEF. Chinese customers can now place orders for the Emeya at Lotus dealerships across China, with USA order book to open soon.

Our Thoughts

When a car is as jaw-droppingly gorgeous as the new Lotus Emeya, its technical specifications almost seem irrelevant. This electric hypercar is a sculptural work of automotive art that drivers and passengers will simply revel in for its breathtaking aesthetics and emotive design.

With the Emeya, Lotus has created a future classic that’s as much about stirring the soul as setting performance benchmarks, so just admire its beauty and enjoy the ride.

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