The First All-Electric British Hypercar: the Lotus Evija

Fit for the track but entirely road-ready, a production hypercar that's electric-propelled

Contrary to the worries that electric vehicles will be less fun than engine-revving and gas-burning ones, Lotus unveils its Evija: an all-electric hypercar capable of 1,972 hp to get from zero to 62mph in under three seconds. With a top speed of over 200mph, the Evija holds court with its hypercar peers. It’s not a driving enthusiast’s dream disguised as an electric car, either—its 250-mile …

Detroit Electric SP:01

Albert Lam revives an early 20th-century electric auto brand in Motor City

by Nicole Rupersburg As the automotive capital of the world, Detroit is known for the Big Three—GM, Ford and Chrysler. But a new player in town, Detroit Electric, aims to make a name for electric automotive in the Motor City. The name pays homage to an early-20th-century electric vehicle producer founded in 1906 that produced about 13,000 electric cars before closing in 1939. Detroit Electric …