Battery supplier Britishvolt and sports car manufacturer Lotus completed their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that aims to develop “a new battery cell package” that will power future electric sports cars. This project was teased alongside a rough sketch of an incoming car codenamed Type 135.
Lotus Cars is a UK-based automotive company that manufactures sports cars and racing cars. Note that this Geely-owned company is also a seven-time winner in the Formula One World Championship series. Taking all of this into consideration, some fans anticipate its next big project with Britishvolt.
Lotus and Britishvolt Partnership
According to Just Auto, Lotus Cars Managing Director Matt Windle announced “Lotus is delighted to be collaborating with Britishvolt to develop new battery cell technology to showcase the thrilling performance that a Lotus EV sports car can deliver.”
The director further elaborated that this partnership is the “first exciting steps on the journey towards