2022 Lotus Emira V6 First Edition Price and Specs Revealed

The first Lotus Emira models are bound for Australian roads

2022 Lotus Emira V6 First Edition Price and Specs Revealed
2022 Lotus Emira V6 Firs Edition. Credit: Lotus

The 2022 Lotus Emira is all set to come to Australia in the coming year. Other than the on-road costs, the standard variant of the vehicle will cost $184,99 in Australia, while the cheaper model is expected to cost $150,000. The vehicle will be a direct rival of the already acclaimed Porsche 718 Cayman cars.

Eventually, the Lotus Emira will be available in two engines. However, if we talk about the launch variant, the larger variant of Lotus Emira will be arriving first.

2022 Lotus Emira

The Lotus Emira features a V6 petrol engine with a 3.5 litres capacity derived from Toyota vehicles. This engine can send 430 Nm and 298 kW to the rear end of the vehicle making use of a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission.

With that, a three-pedal option is also available. However, that sends a reduced torque of 420 Nm. Nevertheless, the standard version of the Emira is no less than a powerhouse. This means that the vehicle can go from 0 to 100 km/h within 4.3 seconds for the manual model.


At the same time, the automatic model can achieve the same acceleration in 4.2 seconds with a 290 km/h top speed. Since the Lotus Emira comes with an aluminium chassis, it has a low total weight of approximately 1405 kg.


Furthermore, the 2022 Lotus Emira will be available in six colours. These include the Nimbus Grey, Shadow Grey, Dark Verdant, Hethel Yellow, Magma Red, and Senaca Blue. Beneath the lightweight chassis, we see forged alloy wheels with a 20 inches diameter.

The cabin also has multiple colour schemes. These include a tan, grey, black, and red leather option along with grey, yellow, or red stitching on the black Alcantara.


The infotainment system on the 2022 Lotus Emira includes a 10.25 inches screen mounted in the centre. This touchscreen is compatible with Android and Apple CarPlay. The heated power seat is among the most notable features of the Emira other than climate control, cruise control, keyless start, LED lights, and rear parking sensors.

2022 Lotus Emira


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