Cars Tagged - Lotus
2022 Lotus Type 62-2 by Radford21
The first modern coachbuilt Radford pays tribute to the iconic Lotus Type 62 whilst using Lotus Evora underpinnings.
2021 Lotus Emira GT4 Concept12
The newest car in the Lotus line-up is preparing to go racing with the Emira GT4 concept getting ready for 2022.
2023 Lotus Emira20
Lotus have revealed their first all-new car in 25 years, it’s called the Emira, and it comes with two engine choices.
2021 Lotus E-R9 Concept12
A design study looking at the concept of future long distance endurance racing with an all-electric powertrain.
2021 Lotus Exige Sport 420 Final Edition23
The Lotus Exige is ending production, and Lotus are sending it out with a series of Final Edition’s that feature more power.
2021 Lotus Exige Sport 390 Final Edition16
The Lotus Exige Sport 390 Final Edition replaces the Exige Sport 350, part of the final farewell to the Exige nameplate in the Lotus line-up.
2021 Lotus Elise Sport 240 Final Edition18
Lotus is giving the long standing Elise the final goodbye with the Elise Sport 240 Final Edition.
2020 Lotus Evora GT6
North America are getting the new Lotus Evora GT which boasts the most power and torque from any road going Evora to date.
2020 Lotus Evija6
Lotus have entered the world of insane electric hypercars with the unveiling of the 2,000 horsepower Lotus Evija.
2018 Lotus 3-Eleven 4302
Lotus is celebrating its 70th anniversary with their quickest street-legal sports car ever produced, the Lotus 3-Eleven 430.
2018 Lotus Evora GT410 Sport8
Another Lotus Evora special hits town, with Lotus launching the GT410 Sport that sits below the GT430 and replaces the previous Evora 410 Sport.
2018 Lotus Exige Cup 4306
Lotus continue to add bigger numbers to their car names with the Exige Cup 430 gaining more power and in true Lotus style, losing some weight.
2018 Lotus Evora GT4309
The Lotus Evora GT430 stands as the British manufacturers most powerful road-going model ever, with more power, more downforce and less weight.
2017 Lotus Exige Cup 3806
Evolved from the Exige Sport 380 this is the ultimate track-and-back street-legal Lotus, the Exige Cup 380.
2017 Lotus Exige Sport 3803
Lotus have gifted the world with the most powerful, fast and aggressive Exige to date.
2017 Lotus Evora Sport 4106
Lotus has raised the bar once again by lightening the Evora in order to develop the sensational Lotus Evora Sport 410.
2016 Lotus Elise Cup 2506
Proving that less is more, Lotus’ high performance Cup version of the famous Elise has shed 21 kg and gained 26 hp.
2016 Lotus Exige Sport 3506
The latest version of the class-leading and award winning sports car, that’s lighter and faster than ever before.
2016 Lotus 3-Eleven5
Designed as an uncompromised manifestation of the Lotus spirit, the new car is focused on providing an undiluted driving experience.
2016 Lotus Evora 40012
The new Lotus Evora 400 is the latest pure and focused supercar from Lotus.
2015 Lotus Renault F1 E235
The E23 Hybrid represents a new era for Lotus F1 Team.
2015 Lotus Elise S Cup6
After a successful first season of racing the Elise S Cup R completes the next stage of its development.
2014 Lotus Exige LF13
Lotus gives its Exige S range a shot of race adrenaline with the Lotus Exige LF1 limited edition.
1957 Lotus Elite6
The Elite’s most distinctive feature was its highly innovative fiberglass monocoque construction, in which a stressed-skin unibody.
1962 Lotus Elan3
The Lotus Elan was launched in October 1962 at the British Motorshow, just as the Sixties started swinging.
1966 Lotus Europa3
The original Lotus Europa used Lotus founder Colin Chapman’s minimalist steel backbone chassis that was first used in the Lotus Elan.
1968 Lotus Elan S43
First introduced in 1962 as a roadster (Drop Head), an optional hardtop was offered in 1963 and a coupe (Fixed Head) version in 1965.
1994 Lotus Elan Turbo SE3
The Lotus M100 Elan, launched in August 1989, was a two-seater, convertible sports car designed by Lotus.
1996 Lotus Elise2
The design philosophy of Lotus is “Performance through light weight”, a philosophy first adopted by the founder of Lotus, Colin Chapman.