|Production||2010 (concept car)|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||3 door and 5 door hatchback|
|Platform||Toyota iQ (modified)|
|Related||Lotus Ethos, Proton Iriz|
|Engine||1.2 liter three-cylinder flex-fuel capable gasoline|
|Wheelbase||2,600 mm (102.4 in) interior|
|Length||3,555 mm (140.0 in) interior|
|Width||1,699 mm (66.9 in) interior|
|Height||1,576 mm (62.0 in) interior|
|Curb weight||1400 kg|
The EMAS is built on a heavily revised Toyota iQ platform including suspension and steering but everything else is new. Its 16.5 kW/h electric powertrain is supplemented by a range extender engine from Lotus Engineering; this is a 1.2 liter 3-cylinder single-cam 4 valves per cylinder engine that weighs only 56 kg dry and is optimized for 2 RPM points – 20 hp at 1,500rpm and 47 hp at 3,500rpm. Peak torque is 107Nm at 2,500rpm. The batteries are 100 X 31 Ahr Cells, 370 volts.
The EMAS can accelerate to 60 mph in 14 seconds and a maximum speed of 105 mph. Its full range is 350 miles and CO
2 emissions of 60 g/km. It sits on 18" wheels with 215/45 tyres with MacPherson strut suspension at the front and rear with torsion beam.
- Paul Tan (2010-03-02). "Proton showcases the EMAS, EMAS Country and EMAS3 trio of concepts at Geneva 2010!". Paul Tan's Automotive News. Retrieved 2011-09-30.
- Dan Strong (2011-06-21). "Lotus confirms new V8 and city car too". Auto Express. Retrieved 2011-08-11.
- Pollard, Tim (2010-12-16). "Lotus supermini 'here in October 2013' - Bahar". Car magazine. Retrieved 2011-09-30.
- "Quick Review: Proton EMAS Concept". Road & Track. 19 April 2011. Retrieved 18 August 2014.
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