Lotus first crossover went to tests
Lotus took the first road tests of its firstborn in the class SUV.
Paparazzi caught camouflaged cars near the principal office of the British in Heiple.
The picture shows a "mule" with a body of a Lynk & Co SUV, where the nodes were hidden with the aggregates of the new car. The novelty differs from the "Chinese" in a broad gauge and lack of a discharge pipe.
Most likely, the Lotus hybrid crossover will have a hybrid power plant with the possible recharging of batteries from a simple electrical network so that the car will ride on the same electrical load.
By the way, Lotus Lotus SUV will be built on a scalable SPA platform, which was taken from the Swedish models Volvo XC90 and XC60 (the company, like Lynk & Co, is part of Geely).