Last Call: The Lotus Evija configurator is insanely realistic

The new Lotus Evija is certainly a looker. But what else do you get for $2 million dollars outside of 2,000 hp? Well, for one thing, you get to design it yourself essentially. Lotus has created a program that lets you try out different paints, wheels, just like in a Forza game. But based on this video, this thing is ultra-realistic! I guess it’s a theme this week to be amazed by our technology but it really is crazy what we can do nowadays. Something so simple as buying a car (granted its $million) gets something so complicated to go with it. What do you guys think?

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, but it’s also encouraged.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The maximum upload file size: 64 MB. You can upload: image, audio, video. Links to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other services inserted in the comment text will be automatically embedded. Drop files here

3 responses to “Last Call: The Lotus Evija configurator is insanely realistic”

  1. nanoop Avatar

    This is it? I’d spend a fortune (to you, not to me) on a car and all you give me is a web page that’s accessible to the plebs, too? Come on, make me feel special. Send a guy over with a catalog of cloth samples, a couple of Pantone fans, and some paint samples on what I think is ergonomically shaped computer mice. For the bezels I’ll take some burly wood from one of my forests, thank you.

  2. salguod Avatar

    Best I can tell you the configurator itself hasn’t been revealed but a video of the configurator.

    If I’m dropping a couple million dollars on a car I’d sure hope that I’d get an immersive and extravagant buying experience.

  3. Rover 1 Avatar
    Rover 1

    It’s good to see that another British icon’s signature design detail, the 1985 MG EX-E’s flush glazed ‘fighter canopy finally makes production.