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2015 Lotus Eterne : Concept Cars

The Lotus Lotus Eterne is one of the five all-new Lotus concept cars which were unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.

The Lotus Eterne is a four door luxury saloon which looks like an extended wheelbase version of the new Lotus Elite coupe. That's no coincidence either - it's supposed to look like a stretched Elite.

Powering the Lotus Eterne is a 5.0 litre V8 engine delivering up to 620 horsepower and 720Nm of torque.

In keeping with the rest of the new lineup, the Lotus Eterne concept will feature hybrid technology.

Dany Bahar, Chief Executive Officer of Group Lotus, said: "The Lotus Eterne is sensational to look and as with the rest of the range it also over delivers in all other aspects as well. Similar to the Elite, it's a car of perfect contradictions, it's compact yet spacious, high performing yet low emitting, relative lightweight yet still reassuringly solid. We truly believe that there is a market for the Lotus Eterne, there is nothing else like it out there both in terms of design, capacity and performance. The biggest difference between the Lotus Eterne and it's class competitors is that it’s not an evolution of an existing two-door model, it's a deliberate and considered stand-alone creation. It's the ultimate four door sports car."

Lotus Eterne specifications:
Layout: 4 seater, front-mid-engined, rear wheel drive, all wheel drive is optional Engine: Petrol, hybrid optional
Hybrid Technology: Hybrid gearbox with integrated electric motors and KERS Cylinder: V8
Capacity: 5.0 litre
Power/Torque: 620 PS / 720 Nm
Rev limit: 8,500 rpm
0-100 km/h: 4.0 seconds
Top speed: 315 km/h
COv(2) approx (COv(2)/km): 220 g/km
Weight: 1,800 kg
Seats: 4
Transmission: Full Hybrid transmission
Drive: RWD, AWD optional
Start of production: Early 2015
Enters the market: Spring 2015

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Sources : 2015 Lotus Eterne Photo | 2015 Lotus Eterne Article

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