Magma Red Emira?

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Surprised no one cares? I think it looks awesome out n the real world!
Already posted: :)
 
This is just absurd. That color is amazing, and not at ALL what magma looks like on the configurator. I think everyone in Lotus PR department is smoking crack all day long instead of working.
 
This is just absurd. That color is amazing, and not at ALL what magma looks like on the configurator. I think everyone in Lotus PR department is smoking crack all day long instead of working.
Nah. They’re probably vaping. You know the whole move to electric…

#ForTheInnovators
 
Looks like a regular red not magma.

Kinda tired of complaining about this now. Lotus have refused to show us any other FE colours and instead we get to see colours we can’t order out in the wild.

I’m just grateful my dealers are professional and great people otherwise I’d be very worried.
 
More interesting to me is the black detail where the first edition plaque should be. Doesn’t look like the FE plaque but there’s something there
 
This is just absurd. That color is amazing, and not at ALL what magma looks like on the configurator. I think everyone in Lotus PR department is smoking crack all day long instead of working.

It's "Vivid Red."

 
Calm down people!

It's NOT Magma Red. It might be Vivid Red. Or it might be Ardent Red.

It's a validation car, not a production car.

That's not ADAS at the top of the windscreen, it's probably the rain sensor for the auto-wipers.

Some of the Instagram pictures are geo-tagged at a place in Spain that's about 30 minutes from a motor industry test facility, the L'Albornar complex near Barcelona run by Applus IDIADA:
 
That's not ADAS at the top of the windscreen, it's probably the rain sensor for the auto-wipers.

You may possibly be correct.....or actually possibly not.

That sure looks like a Mobileye unit , and not a rain sensor to me.

Mobileye manufactures the safety systems for all OEMS.

LDWS = Lane departure warning sysytem

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Here are the same pictures brightness and contrast adjusted.

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You may possibly be correct.....or actually possibly not.

That sure looks like a Mobileye unit , and not a rain sensor to me.

Mobileye manufactures the safety systems for all OEMS.

LDWS = Lane departure warning sysytem

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Ah, you may be right. I thought LDWS would be in the ADAS nose pod but a windscreen sensor makes more sense.
 
Calm down people!

It's NOT Magma Red. It might be Vivid Red. Or it might be Ardent Red.

It's a validation car, not a production car.

That's not ADAS at the top of the windscreen, it's probably the rain sensor for the auto-wipers.

Some of the Instagram pictures are geo-tagged at a place in Spain that's about 30 minutes from a motor industry test facility, the L'Albornar complex near Barcelona run by Applus IDIADA:
Probably right (as usual) . The rear Lotus lettering is missing as is the front hood badge.
 
Trying to fool people it’s a Ferrari?
 

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