This is the one! There should be no discussion over this and it should be the only four-wheeler considered to used as 007’s ride. The Lotus has nobody riding in its lane.
Lotus have outdone themselves with the Evija being the fastest production hypercar coming to these streets. Instead of teasing people with a shiny new grille that’s been released on a previous model (Their flagship), these guys are out here doing what supercar creators do best, create really, really fast supercars!
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The car speaks for itself and certainly will make the big screen one day if it’s not in the next Bond movie. It is fully electrical and has the futuristic look to it, giving it the charisma and application for any blockbuster coming after the turn of the year 2020.
Art of Gears has been following the Lotus since its release and just a few days prior to the word on James and that he has “NO TIME TO DIE!”, there was an update on the first of its kind. Is it a coincidence the two was just announced a month apart from each other?
I think not! Well, I’m hoping it wasn’t and we, along with Aston Martin will be stunned with the inclusion of the fastest Britt. Man… The people will love the fact he is driving an all-electric vehicle in support of a greener planet.
That, and both the Bond franchise and the Lotus name brand will climb back to the summit in one stroke. Aston Martin is hitching a ride with the 007. I’m so excited Daniel Craig is back and we have another Bond buster to gear up for!
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