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Lotus’ $2.8M supercar is getting super accurate navigation to help rich people find their way

British sports car maker Lotus is adding navigation tech from What3words to give drivers another option to find their way to their destination. It’s starting by putting it in its $2.8 million (£2 million) all-electric supercar, the Evija. Lotus is integrating What3words’ word-based navigation tool into its app, which will allow drivers to set a 3×3 meter square piece of earth as their destination. The app will then take care of routing and navigation, and the car will display turn-by-turn instructions on their instrument cluster. I guess super rich people aren’t wealthy because they always know how to get to…

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