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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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In an effort to make its products more appealing to a broader audience Lotus has expanded its Exige range by offering a model with an automatic transmission. “Heresy!” We can hear you shouting clear across the interwebz, but it’s not going to change the company’s direction on this issue. The Exige S will be available... more
New Lotus owners will be able to take delivery of their vehicles in the U.K. The British automaker has announced a new delivery program that will allow customers the option to pick up their new car at the company’s factory in the U.K. While the Lotus Evora is the only model available in the U.S.,... more
Usually sports cars are the reasons why ambulances are on the road, but not in the United Arab Emirates. At the Dubai World Trade Centre, a Lotus Evora ambulance was unveiled that is equipped with most of the same emergency and first-aid equipment that’s often found in an ambulance. Also being added to the fleet... more
Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales has a plan to save the company that will see nearly twice the number of Lotus cars being sold here each year. In an interview with Car & Driver, the executive explained that for now Lotus will focus on offering derivatives of its current lineup that will be competitive with newer... more
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