Cars Tagged - Lotus
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.
1996 Lotus Esprit GT33
Alongside V8 models was produced the GT3, a turbocharged four-cylinder car with the type 920 2.0L chargecooled and turbocharged engine.
2002 Lotus Elise3
The Lotus Elise has a hand-finished fiberglass body shell atop its aluminium extrusion and bonded frame that provides a rigid platform.
2005 Lotus Exige Sport 240R3
A limited edition high performance sportscar with total global build volumes kept strictly to 50 cars.
1990 Vauxhall Lotus Carlton6
On its launch at the end of 1986 the Vauxhall Carlton earned itself the accolade of European Car of the Year.
2006 Lotus Europa S3
The new Lotus Europa S, a Grand Tourer inspired two-seater will provide Lotus a spectacular sportscar with significantly enhanced levels of touring and cruising capability.
2007 Lotus 2-Eleven6
The Lotus 2-Eleven is aimed at the true track day enthusiast, taking Colin Chapman’s philosophy of “Performance Through Light Weight” to its most extreme level yet.
2008 Lotus 2-Eleven3
The supercharged and intercooled 1.8L engine in the Lotus 2-Eleven has a maximum power output of 252 hp and a torque figure of 242 Nm.
2012 Lotus Elise S6
Replacing the Elise SC is the Elise S, a revised version designed to meet new regulations on fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
2008 Lotus Elise SC6
The biggest news from the 2008 Model Year Lotus line-up is the introduction of the Supercharged Lotus Elise SC.
2009 Lotus Exige Cup 2603
The 2009 Lotus Exige Cup 260 is a direct development of the 2008 Exige Cup Car, using advanced light weight components and carbon fibre materials.
2014 Lotus Elise S Cup R5
The Lotus Elise S is adorned with the Lotus Motorsport magic to present the track-only Lotus Elise S Cup R.
2013 Lotus Evora Sports Racer6
The new Evora ‘Sports Racer’ is a visually enhanced and optimised version of the mid-engined 3.5 litre V6 sports car.
2002 Lotus Esprit V89
The Esprit V8 used Lotus’ self-developed all-aluminum, twin-turbocharged 90-degree V8, Code-named Type 918.
1993 Lotus Esprit Sport 3002
The silver Italdesign concept that eventually became the Esprit was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show in 1972 as a concept car.
2010 Lotus Elise6
The new Lotus Elise probably has the lowest CO2 for its performance for any gasoline high performance sportscar in the world
2005 Lotus Elise Spyder1 Custom6
Inspired by only the purest of sports cars, the Spyder 1 focuses on performance through light weight.
2005 Lotus Exige Sport3
The Lotus Sport Exige is directly developed from the road-going Lotus Exige that was unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow in 2004.
2010 Lotus Exige S Type 723
The Lotus Exige S Type 72 celebrates the most successful F1 car of all time, the Lotus Type 72 Formula One car.
2012 Lotus Elise Club Racer6
The bright engineers at Lotus put even the lightest of Lotus’ modern cars on a diet and managed to shed a further 24kg.
2013 Lotus Renault F1 E213
The E21 was the first of the 2013 season cars to be launched.
2013 Lotus Exige V6 Cup R3
Lotus Racing, the motorsport arm of Group Lotus Plc, tips a nod to its enthusiast racing heritage.
2013 Lotus Exige V6 Cup3
The latest Cup version for track or road.
2012 Lotus Evora GX3
Hot off the back of unleashing its Evora GTC racer, Lotus Racing engineers have been honing the Evora.
2012 Lotus Evora GTE9
The GTE is, quite simply, the most powerful Lotus road car ever built.
2006 Lotus Exige S6
The Lotus Exige S is the latest addition to the Lotus Exige range and is a real sportscar that redefines the term “Extreme Performance”.
2012 Lotus Exige S9
Raw performance, agility, unparalleled ride and handling and mind blowing drive experience.
2013 Lotus Exige S Roadster9
The Lotus Exige S Roadster combines its coupé twin’s mesmerizing grunt and handling with an open air experience.