Lotus has revealed an extremely-restricted variant of its electric powered hypercar that pays homage to the firm’s famous racing driver Emerson Fittipaldi on the 50th anniversary of the Brazillian’s Formula 1 planet championship victory.
The exclusive-version Lotus Evija Fittipaldi is the most recent motor vehicle to arrive from the firm’s bespoke Innovative Performance division.
It options a hand-painted, black and gold colour plan resembling that of the popular Lotus Form 72 race automobile, as well as several other exceptional design capabilities.
Just about every motor vehicle is geared up with a established of black and gold ‘Type 72’ wheels. The car has anodised centre lock surrounds, coloured red on the appropriate and environmentally friendly on the left. The brake calipers are also completed in black and gold.
Decals celebrating the 1972 title victory feature all over the motor vehicle, although ‘8’, the range used on Fittipaldi’s car or truck during that race reason, has been printed onto the B-pillar.
The 2011bhp Evija also gains a bespoke interior, with black leather-based upholstery and gold stitching. The roof liner stitching is also special to the exclusive-version design, as are the gold finishes to the air vent surrounds, start out-prevent button and pedals.
A hand-tinted prepare watch of the Sort 72 has been etched onto the model’s carbonfibre roof and the Evija’s rotary dial has been hand-crafted from recycled Variety 72 aluminium, meaning every of the eight cars has its have piece of F1 record.
The car was launched at an celebration featuring Fittipaldi, Jensen Button and Lotus administrators Simon Lane and Clive Chapman, amongst others.