Published on April 8th, 2022 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Lotus Emira Selling Price Is RM1,131.800 With Taxes Included
You can get a tax free Lotus Emira for Langkawi for RM456,900.
Lotus KARZ Sdn Bhd is the all new brand guardian for Lotus sports car in Malaysia and they have just unveiled the Lotus Emira and its price tag at their showroom which is located at 43, Jalan Astaka U8/84A, Bukit Jelutong, 40150 Shah Alam, Malaysia.
At RM1,131,800 the Emira is the most expensive Lotus sports car ever for Malaysians as the last expensive Lotus was the Evora which arrived in Malaysia in January 2016 for just RM600,000.
You can view and place your order for the Emira by visiting this new showroom between 10.00am and 5.00pm. This particular Lotus Emira is on a sales tour and will also be in Penang on 16th April 2022. To find out more, please contact [email protected] or call 6016 – 611 2388.
In case you did not know this, Lotus Cars is not longer part of Proton Cars. Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (Geely Holding) in September 2017 completed the transaction to purchase a majority stake in the British luxury sports brand Lotus.
Then in August 2018 Lotus Cars got a hefty 1.9 billion investment from Geely and the plan was to build a brand new factory in China and build sports cars to rival Porsche, BMW and also Audi.
PRESS RELEASE: This Lotus Emira is an all-new mid-engine premium sports car that perfectly embodies the ongoing transformation of the Lotus business and brand. It features all the hallmarks that the automotive world has come to expect from a Lotus which is striking design, thrilling dynamic performance delivering best-in-class ride and handling, outstanding aerodynamics and an unrivalled experience ‘For The Drivers’.
Building on the legacy of the Elise, Exige and Evora, the Emira represents a quantum leap forward for Lotus. Those instantly recognizable brand signatures and core values have been combined with a paradigm shift in levels of practicality, comfort, functionality and technology.
The Emira has been developed on a new lightweight bonded aluminum chassis which is technology pioneered by Lotus and which remains an intrinsic part of the company’s sports car DNA.
Powering the V6 First Edition is the much-loved and Lotus-honed 3.5-litre supercharged V6 engine, mid-mounted behind the two seats. Developing 400hp, it’s mated to a six-speed manual gearbox with a visible gear-change mechanism and hydraulic power-assisted steering.
The car rides on 20-inch ultra-lightweight V-spoke forged alloy wheels. They are diamond cut to create a premium two-tone finish, though silver or gloss black versions are available as a no-cost option. Two-piece brake discs with branded calipers are part of the First Edition spec, plus a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).
The First Edition comes in one of six vibrant paint colors: Seneca Blue, which was seen at the car’s launch in July, plus Magma Red, Hethel Yellow, Dark Verdant, Shadow Grey and Nimbus Grey.
Exterior details include LED lights all round, a titanium exhaust finisher, heated power-fold door mirrors and rear parking sensors. The Lower Black Pack is fitted as standard, which means the front bumper air blades, front splitter, side sills and rear diffuser are all in finished in gloss black.
There are seven interior color choices, all available at no extra cost. They are red, black, grey and tan Nappa leather, as well as black Alcantara with either red, yellow or grey stitching. Satin chrome trim finishers, white interior mood lighting and Lotus-branded sill kick plates complete the premium look.
The seats feature 12-way adjustability and two memory presets linked to the door mirrors (driver’s seat only). Climate control, cruise control, keyless start and selectable drive modes are all included.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are integrated into the Emira V6 First Edition, supported by Bluetooth and USB/12v sockets. The 10-channel/340W premium audio system has been developed in partnership with respected British brand KEF and includes DAB digital radio.
All functions are accessed through a 10.25-inch centrally mounted touch-screen, with driver feedback through a 12.3-inch TFT instrument cluster ahead of the multi-function steering wheel.
Three more option packs are fitted as standard to the car, making four in total. The Drivers Pack gives customer the choice of Tour or Sport suspension with Goodyear Eagle F1 Supersport tires, or Sport suspension with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.
The Design Pack adds privacy glass, sports pedals, a black Alcantara headliner, and the choice of black, red, yellow or silver painted brake calipers. Lotus-branded foot-well mats are also included. The Convenience Pack adds front parking sensors, rear reversing camera, rain-sensing wipers with aero blades, auto-dimming mirrors and a rear luggage storage net.
Options available at extra cost include a six-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shift and the Black Pack, which colors the roof, cantrails, mirror backs, rear Lotus badge and exhaust finisher.