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Celebrating one of their most iconic models of all time, and also making some buzz for their Exclusive department, Lotus unveiled a one-off version of the Evora. Inspired by, and built as a tribute to, the Lotus Esprit S1 from Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me, this one-of-a-kind Lotus Evora Sport 410 comes with a host of […]
Lotus continues fiddling with their existing models while waiting for a feasible idea for a new model they can produce emerges from the depth of their unconscious. The latest outcome of these efforts is the Lotus Exige Race 380, a track-only version of the Exige Sport 380 with some juicy technical specs. This could be […]
Lotus has been rolling out many new variants of their current lineup lately, distinguished from their counterparts by virtue of a number. The latest is the Lotus Exige Sport 380 which comes with red accents and enough power and lightness to make it the fastest Exige ever.
The Evora started out as the softest, most daily-drivable Lotus. But with every new iteration the Norfolk-based company keeps making the thing more extreme, as if it had been a mistake making a soft Lotus in the first place. So after the Evora 400 they are now giving us Lotus Evora Sport 410 with more […]
When Lotus makes special editions they take a different approach than all other car makers. While the others look for ways to add extra garnish to their SE models, the British sports car maker seeks ways of removing excess. That is certainly the case with the new Lotus Exige 350 Special Edition.
Lotus has just dropped two new videos of the Lotus 3-Eleven roaring around the Nurburgring Nordschleife to mark the anniversary of the lap time records it set while testing at the famous track. These short clips are all you need to understand what’s so good about precise handling, light weight, professional driving and a technical […]
Lotus continues the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the company’s famous Hethel site with a new special model. The Lotus Elise 250 Special Edition comes with a lot of garnish, but at its core it is still a full blooded Lotus boasting light weight, plenty of power, and precise handling.
True to their motto which is ‘Light is Right,’ every time Lotus wants to enhance the appeal of one of their cars in the eyes of their loyal customers all they have to do is shave a few kilos off it. It is not always as easy as it sounds, but they seem to have […]
Promoting the services of their new Exclusive department, Lotus has released a special version of the Evora 400 boasting a special racing color scheme. What makes this thing more special is the fact that this scheme has been chosen by Lotus fans across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter via polling.
Lotus has come up with a special edition of a special edition of the Evora to celebrate the factory in which it’s built. The fact that such a thing could only appeal to Lotus geeks, the end result, dubbed Lotus Evora 400 Hethel Edition, looks like a cool proposition.
I know we throw around the term ‘eye candy’ a lot, but this time we mean it. This Purple Chrome Lotus Evora literally looks like a candy, doesn’t it? Done by Impressive Wrap, this tricked-out Lotus is quite possibly the coolest chrome-wrapped car we’ve ever seen.
You are probably familiar with Christian Gebhardt of Sport Auto magazine as we often feature his exploits here. The race car driver and road test editor has done pulled off something with the new Lotus 3-Eleven that has attracted the attention of the company, because even they didn’t except it.
Lotus Cars continues moving forward at a slow and steady pace, doing small things but doing them right. The new Lotus Evora Sport 410 is a case in point. It’s a slightly revised version of the Evora that is lightened and tarted up to become an even better driver’s car.
It was sad when Lotus gave up all their hopes and dreams of making plush super cars, but at leas they are back to doing what they do best, which is making fantastic sports cars. The 2017 Lotus Elise Cup 250 is the latest product of the Norfolk-based firm, and it’s a beast of a […]
The amazing Lotus 3-Eleven road and track car will soon enter production as the British company gears up for market release in March 2016. The car will be sold in all markets as a Race car and in Europe and Asia as a Road car, which is interesting.