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Lotus is a British manufacturer of sports and racing cars. Formed as Lotus Engineering Ltd. by engineer Colin Chapman in 1952, the British manufacturer is responsible for such iconic automobiles as the Seven, Esprit and incredibly well-handling Elise and Exige.
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Limited edition Evora S GP Edition adds style, exclusivity and value.
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Its engine might have humble Toyota origins but everything else about the Evora is exotic, from its looks, to its handling. And just so you’ll never confuse it with a Porsche, it’s even got a few quirks.
Anyone who’s familiar with Lotus and its founder Colin Chapman will no doubt also recognize its famous “to add speed, add lightness” mantra. And adding lightness is something Lotus has done extremely well with the 2,006 lbs Elise SC, but does adding a supercharger change the driving the experience in a meaningful way?
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Lotus is pulling the Evora from the U.S. market for 2015, but sales won’t be halted forever. In fact, the company plans to be back for 2016. In the interim, Lotus will continue selling cars to Americans, but they will only be legal for track use. The year-long break in sales is taking place because... more
There’s more bad news from Lotus. Following a report that the British automaker may lay off 27 percent of its staff, it is now expected that the Evora will get the axe in the U.S. It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to those that follow the Evora, as the company was able to bring... more
Lotus says it is on track to sell 2,000 cars this year and plans to continue scaling its business up by growing its dealer network and offering more variants of its current product portfolio. in the next nine months. CEO Jean-Marc Gales doesn’t plan to stop there, telling AutoCar that the company’s core values don’t... more
Hundreds Lotus employees may be out of a job in the near future. The British automaker has released a statement revealing that it plans to reorganize the company and that could mean terminating up to 325 of its 1,215 employees worldwide. According to CEO Jean-Marc Gales, the British automaker has “worked very hard to avoid... more
Lotus just announced that it has completed testing of the a street-legal but track-focused Elise S Cup. Inspired by the Elise S Cup R race car, Lotus developed its new hardcore performance variant to offer most of the competitive spirit its track fighter has to people who want a car that can transition seamlessly between... more
Lotus has been caught honing its next model at the Nürburgring. At first glance, the Lotus Elise caught by spy photographers appears to be the Elise S Cup R but noticeably missing is the track-only variant’s external battery isolator switch and the external button for the fire extinguisher. With those components missing, it appears that the British... more