And here we are starting all over again: we are presenting the so-called “best Elise so-far”. Now, where have we heard that before? Ah, yes, with the revealing of the last 3-4 Lotus vehicles. However, this latest machine has a lot to demonstrate, and being completely honest here, it is impressive. The thing is that we have had enough of dealing with “the best so-far” slogan every single time. So, what do we have here? A sweetie called
Lotus team has just announced its latest project: Exige Race 380. Like the Exige lineup wasn’t race-oriented at all. However, this track-only machine will try to help Lotus team remain a leader in the hi-end sport segment and hopefully aid the brand to reach new heights of engineering precision and outstanding results. This new guy, most obviously, is based on the Exige Sport 380 model and will feature some sweet race-oriented engineering so
High in power, menacing in style, the new Lotus Exige 380 is by far the most aggressive in the Exige lineup. Many people would say that this is the same drivetrain system in different package. Nope. This is not the case with the latest Lotus family member. What is special about this one is that it relies more on drivetrain system improvements, rather than electronics and utility gadgets. This means that it delivers a total 352hp per tonne powe
And here it is. The last of the three Lotus 50th Celebration Editions. The Exige 350 Special Edition is sexy, agile and confident enough to be one of the leaders in the anniversary celebrations. Based on the most powerful Exige so far, the Sport 350, the Special Edition features numerous performance improvements and hi-tech additions. So, let’s see what is so special about this one, shall we? Let’s start with the drivetrain system.
In celebration of 50th anniversary of Lotus' Hethel side, the engineering team reveals a special collectable vehicle: the Elise 250 Special Edition. Based on the Elise Cup 250 model, the new one comes as a refined and more premium edition with tons of new features and tweaks. Capable of going from 0 to 100km/h (60mp
Lotus, one more time achieving more with doing less, presents some new upgrade tweaks for the Evora 400: there is a new Carbon pack, Lithium-Ion battery and some titanium components. Sweet! So, without further due, let's check the bag of tricks! Already available in markets worldwide, the first goodie, the Carbon Pack comes with numerous components and contributes to even greater savings for the overall weight. Being one of the brands that can
Lotus fans have helped the brand to develop new and exclusive color scheme that will soon be released in limited run with an Evora model. Challenging enthusiasts had show their preference from selected and carefully curated designs that were also available to browse from on brand's official social media channels. Car fans across the world have helped the Lotus Exclusive service by choosing one of the most famous racing colour schemes for a
The first production Lotus Elite, first bought by jazz legend Chris Barber and later restored for Channle 4's For the Love of Cars will be auctioned by Silverstone Auctions at the Silverstone Classic Sale on 30th of July. So, what does this sweetie feature except that it its among the first in the lineup? This 1958 Lotus Elise Series I, chassis 1009 was first displayed at the 1958 Earls Court Motor Show and some months later, in December the s