2023 Lotus Type 132 – Lotus will launch a crossover if you aren’t aware. It is possible that the numerous patent images showing the features of the car have disappeared. Lotus hasn’t stopped its teaser campaign which showed bits of the new model prior to its March 29 debut. Today we have another look. Clive Chapman, the founder’s son, is featured in this photo to talk about his father’s appreciation for practicality.
2023 Lotus Type 132 Review
The teaser doesn’t reveal any new information. Patent images showed a lot about the crossover’s styling. This took the wind out of Lotus’ sails. This profile looks very similar to the current Nissan Murano’s, especially with the floating roof and fenderkink in the rear. Type 132 is a more slender model. The greenhouse is larger and the hood appears smaller. The crossover can hold 120-kilowatt battery packs. These batteries will be coupled to a dual-motor set that can produce 600-700 horsepower (447-521 Kilowatts). The crossover could also require it, as it can weigh in excess of 2,000 kilograms (4.409 lbs).
2023 Lotus Type 132 Revealed
The latest Lotus teaser follows the previous ones. The teaser reveals many details about Type 132’s design. However, patent images fill in the gaps. The crossover’s front will include active aero bits as well as hood ducts as part of the aero package. The patent teased that the crossover would feature side-mirror cameras. They won’t allow them everywhere, so Lotus will likely offer them traditional side mirrors.
The rear end is more sporty than the front but it looks less aggressive. Above a diffuser, recessed lighting is placed. Patent images show the crossover with a four-seat configuration. The interior could be adapted to accommodate five people. The new model will be officially unveiled next week.