Lotus Evija hypercar has been given a Senna-inspired colour scheme. Rolling into Monterey Car Week will be the new, bonkers-fast Lotus Evija with an Aryton Senna-inspired livery that’s bursting with orange-yellow and blue. It is a scheme similar to that of the 1987 Lotus Type 99T which the F1 racing
Lotus finally pulls the sheet from its all-new Emira sports car, the first new model under the ownership of Geely. Lotus has unveiled its all-new Emira which sits on top of the British brand’s new Sports Car Architecture. The lightweight sports car weighs in at 1405kg and will house a
Virtual vision of an endurance racer for 2030 features movable body panels. Lotus has presented its vision of a next-generation electric-powered racecar in the form of the E-R9. Developed by Lotus Engineering and designed by the same Lotus Design team behind the new Evija hypercar, the E-R9 is a vision
Hardcore sports car pair to bow out with a limited run of ‘Final Editions’ with more power and enhanced specification. As Lotus begins a new chapter in its history with the upcoming Type 131 sports car series, it’s closing another, with production of the Elise and Exige to end this
Lotus expands its sports car offering down under with the Lotus Evora GT 410. BRITISH SPORTS car maker Lotus has introduced its touring friendly and more affordable Evora GT 410 to Australia. Joining the Evora Sport already on sale, the 2020 Evora lineup now offers four variants in touring and
The Lotus all-electric hypercar will be called EVIJA and be teased at this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Paul Horrell’s 2018 Lotus Elise Sprint Review with specs, performance, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
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The new Lotus 3-Eleven has completed a two-week test at the Nürburgring Nordschleife circuit in Germany with its engine, aerodynamics and suspension all being scrutinised and tweaked.
Lotus has revealed the Lotus Exige S Club Racer which is 15kg lighter than a standard Exige S and capable of hitting 100km/h in 4.0secs.
The 400hp 2015 Lotus Evora 400 has been revealed ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut – it’s the fastest road-going Lotus ever.
Lotus is the latest team to reveal its 2015 F1 championship contender, pulling the covers off its E23 Hybrid prior to the season opening F1 test session this weekend.