Upcoming Exotic EVs and Luxury Hypercars Financed by Woodside Credit
Electric vehicles (EVs) have taken the automotive industry by storm. This emerging segment promises a thrilling blend of cutting-edge technology, eco-consciousness, and unparalleled luxury, redefining the very essence of driving pleasure. In this blog, we will uncover some of the most sought-after Exotic EVs and luxury vehicles of which can all be financed by Woodside Credit.
Let’s start big. A full-size, 23-inch wheels, 4-seater spacious family car, type of big. Introducing the Rolls-Royce Spectre, the first fully electric Rolls-Royce, after 120 years. With an impressive range of 320 miles on a single charge, it gracefully accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in a mere 4.5 seconds. The grille is the widest ever on a Rolls-Royce, exuding an aura of grandeur. Embracing the brand’s signature, automatic rear-hinged doors, the Spectre allows passengers to simply walk in and out. The Rolls-Royce Spectre emerges as a symbol of sophistication, blending the elegance of the past with the promise of a cleaner, electric future. With a starting purchase price of $420,000, buyers see the value in taking advantage of Woodside Credit’s low-payment loan program to keep more of their cash in hand.
Tesla’s influence on both the EV and luxury market is no surprise. Tesla was coined the leading luxury brand in the U.S. in 2022, based on unit sales, and sold the most EVs in 2021 (Statista Search Department, 2022, 2023). A large part of the Tesla legacy is the Tesla Roadster, a manifestation of speed and electric supremacy. Tesla claims the vehicle goes 0 to 60 mph in a mind-bending 1.9 seconds – a feat that makes it the quickest production car ever. With its groundbreaking technology and captivating design, the Roadster isn’t just a car; it’s a testament to the limitless potential of electric power. As the automotive landscape evolves, the Tesla Roadster paves the way for an electrifying future. Woodside Credit has financed the Tesla Roadster since its first generation was released in 2006 and continues to finance the newest models on the market starting at $200,000.
On the topic of speed—The Pininfarina Battista has been named the world’s fastest electric hypercar. Its electric powertrain generates an astonishing 1,900 horsepower, catapulting it from 0 to 60 mph in less than 2 seconds, a speed unheard of. Designed by the legendary Pininfarina design house, this masterpiece is a work of art on wheels, showcasing the perfect blend of aerodynamics and elegance. With only 150 units made, and a price tag of $2.2 million, the Pininfarina Battista is classified as a highly exclusive vehicle eligible for financing by Woodside Credit.
The Rimac Nevera is an electric hypercar with mind-blowing speed, going from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.85 seconds. It has four motors for exceptional control and handling, making it a performance beast around corners. With a range of 340 miles on a single charge, it proves that electric cars can go the distance. The Nevera’s sleek design and luxurious interior make it a symbol of the future of electric hypercars in 2023. With only 150 units on the market and a purchase price of around $2.2 million, similar to the Pininfarina Battista, it is one of the rarest hypercars financed by Woodside Credit.
The Lotus Eletre is a full-size electric SUV, accommodating a full family of up to five passengers comfortably. It offers six distinct interior designs, including recycled manmade fabrics to appeal to the eco-conscious. The seats boast 12 different adjustment options for maximum comfort, while the climate control system can be customized in four separate zones for a personalized driving experience for everyone on board. So how much is this family car going to cost you? Around $135,000 MSRP. The specs, the luxury, and the ability to finance with Woodside Credit and take advantage of the Lowest Payments in America make the MSRP worth it for many of our clients.
The Lotus Evija is a game-changing hypercar with all-electric and all carbon-fiber specs. With four electric motors, it delivers an astounding 1,973 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful electric cars ever created. It can accelerate from 0 to 186 mph in 8.6 seconds and reach a top speed of over 200 mph. With a battery pack capacity of 70 kWh, it provides a range of approximately 250 miles per charge. Getting your hands on this “once in a lifetime” hypercar will cost you around $2.3 million dollars, but the good news is that Woodside Credit finances the Evija and can help you manage your cash flow while purchasing this powerhouse.
The Porsche 911 Hybrid is predicted to make its entrance to the market in 2024. While Porsche has not made any announcements, we can still prepare ourselves for what’s to come— it will surely shake the luxury EV market. What we do know about the Porsche 911 Hybrid is that it will not be a plug-in hybrid like the Cayenne or Panamera. According to Autocar, it will have a gearbox-mounted electric motor and a battery behind the rear seats for a 39:61 weight balance. An official price has not been put on the Porsche 911 Hybrid, but we can assume that it will fall above the 2023 Turbo S model at $216,100. Woodside Credit has two decades of experience in Porsche Financing and proudly offers clients on-demand access to a Porsche Loan Expert.
The Future of Exotic EVs and Luxury Hypercars
We have a lot to look forward to for the future of electric EVs. Global EV sales are predicted to reach 25 million by 2030 and EV manufacturers continue to invest in their production plans to increase production capacity (Statista Search Department, 2022). As the affordability of EVs continues to improve due to the use of LFP batteries and economies of scale, the stage is being set for the widespread adoption of electric vehicles in the years that lie ahead.
Woodside Credit finances classic, collector, exotic, and EV vehicles with loans up to $1,000,000 and terms as long as 15 years. See the Woodside Credit loan program in action and estimate the payment for a future exotic EV and/or luxury hypercar by filling out a Quick Quote. It’s no obligation and credit is not guaranteed.