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For those interested here are the pricing I got from a Swiss dealer:

Lotus 3.5 400 PS Emira First EditionCHF 113'295
Automatic gearboxCHF 2'700
Black PackCHF 1'420
Steering wheel Alcantara Black with GreyCHF 525
HomeLinkCHF 250
Skorpion S5CHF 555

Does anyone would have the pricing from Germany?
 

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In Germany it's EUR 95,995 for the V6 First Edition. Auto is +2,600 and Black Pack is +1,370
 

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Spain price was in line with Switzerland a few months ago, when Lotus posted on the configurator for a few days. no update from my dealer till now. Hoping they keep it like that. 🤞
 

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For those interested here are the pricing I got from a Swiss dealer:

Lotus 3.5 400 PS Emira First EditionCHF 113'295
Automatic gearboxCHF 2'700
Black PackCHF 1'420
Steering wheel Alcantara Black with GreyCHF 525
HomeLinkCHF 250
Skorpion S5CHF 555

Does anyone would have the pricing from Germany?
Did your dealer mention the base price of the Base Edition?
The Base Price is said to be 59'995 £ which translates to about CHF 75'000.- but i think its not that easy, right?
 

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Did your dealer mention the base price of the Base Edition?
The Base Price is said to be 59'995 £ which translates to about CHF 75'000.- but i think its not that easy, right?
I don´t have the breakdown of the price in Spain right now, but my dealer confirmed to me last week that with following configuration is around 112.400 Euros.
V6 AUTO
BLACK PACK
STEERING WHEEL ALCANTARA W/YELLOW STRIPE

Compared to yours in Switzerland turns out to be 1.000 Euros more expensive in Spain, which seems about the same price.
It could perfectly be that the 1.000 Euros difference is because of the Exchange rate I am using for today.


In Germany will be cheaper because of less tax, I think in the environment of 10.000 Euros less.

Therefore 100% in line, we basically get screwed in CO2 taxes

In France will be more expensive also because of the tax. That's why most French will go for the I4.
 

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