Inkeeping with the Lotus principles, the HMI keeps it simple with a single display housing all the information combined with a fully equipped steering, flattened on the top like an F1 car, giving an unrestricted view of the instrument cluster.
Evija owners have five driving modes to choose from. The most tame is Range, which dials back output to "just" 1000 horsepower, and sends all the energy to the rear wheels to reduce drivetrain loss and maximize distance on a charge. After that comes City mode. Power is the same, but regenerative braking is reduced to make stop-and-go traffic less of a burden on occupants. Then there's Tour mode, which turns power up to 1400 horsepower, adding switchable all-wheel drive or rear wheel-wheel drive, as well as torque vectoring. Sport mode is much of the same, taking output to 1700 horsepower. Track mode is the most aggressive setting, delivering the maximum 2000 horsepower and incorporating the car's drag reduction system (DRS).
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