May 23, 2017

Driven: Evora S IPS Sports Racer

The Sports Racer is the evolution of the Evora offering a fully specced car with all options ticked at a 'package price'. Our test car is presented in Daytona Blue which is a real eye catcher and indeed attention grabbing colour with black detailing on the roof and under door sills, front splitter and rear diffuser to mark it out from the normal Evora. It is also fitted with gloss black 19" and 20" wheels with red calipers which finish off the car nicely and black 'Lotus' and 'Evora S' badges on its rear end. Sports Racer's come in this colour and also 6 other colours … [Read more...]

[PICS] [VIDEO] Lotus at Autosport 2014

Lotus are one of the main manufacturers turned out at this year’s Autosport International at the Birmingham NEC with a selection of 5 currently available cars on their stand. Stealing the show is the new Elise S Cup R. Revealed in the flesh for the first time the Elise S Cup R is a track only race car focussed on bringing customers back from highly modified Lotus based race cars into an out-of-the-box solution directly from the factory. With 220ps from the supercharged 1.8 Toyota sourced engine, the 900kg Elise S Cup R is eligible for most of the Lotus Cup race … [Read more...]

[PICS] Lotus at the 2013 London MotorExpo

Lotus are present at this year's London MotorExpo held annually at Canary Wharf. The show is on right now until Sunday the 16th June from 10am to 6pm daily (Sunday 11am to 5pm) and you'll be able to get up close and personal with the current range of Lotus road cars. On display are the Elise S, Exige S and Evora Sports Racer. The Elise is in Chrome Orange fitted with Tech and Sports Packs plus air conditioning, the Exige S has Sports, Premium and Race Packs fitted and is finished in the popular Aspen White and the Evora Sports Racer comes with all Packs as standard … [Read more...]

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