• Apr 14, 2008
Fresh spy shots have surfaced of the upcoming Lotus project Eagle coupe. Lotus released some teaser shots of the front suspension a couple of months ago and we've seen the prototype wearing the over-sized fender camo before. These new shots, however, give us the clearest view yet of the new 2+2 sports car. The Eagle is expected to be derived from the architecture of the Elise/Exige, although it will be longer accommodate a pair of 911-style pseudo-seats between the front seats and rear firewall. The four-pot engines used in the current models are expected to give way to a more highly tuned variant of Toyota's 3.5L V6 as used in the Camry and assorted other vehicles from the Japanese maker. The Eagle should get a proper name and shed the extra bulk at the corners in time for this summer's London Motor Show. Fans of Hethel products should be able to to get one around the end of the year.
[Source: Auto Express]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      that got to be one of the best camo job i've ever seen. that is just downright funny. you really can't tell anything. gotta love the ingenuity.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Where is this thing being tested? I mean the licence plate is GB but the car is LHD.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Not bad at all, although I'd like to see a v8 in there (mainly for the sound)
      • 6 Years Ago
      that is one of the sexiest things i've ever seen...
      look at those curv....ummm... edges....
      Kumail
      • 6 Years Ago
      with the black camo, it reminds me of the lambo reventon and from what i can tell, the taillights look a lot like the GT-R's.