Lotus Elise News
Put away your pitchforks. No decision has been made yet and there's plenty of good Lotus news.
Hennessey Performance Engineering is going to smash its own world record on Monday, teasing a run that goes past 270.49 miles per hour.
Lotus shows its latest lightweight models in Geneva by displaying the Evora Sport 410, Exige Sport 350, and Elise Cup 250. This trio could put a smile on any driver's face.
The Lotus Elise Cup 250 is the fastest production version of the sports car every around the company's test track, and the specs indicate it might hassle a Porsche Cayman GT4 around a circuit.
Though we may not get it here anymore, Lotus is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Elise with the introduction of the new Sport and Sport 220 models.
You know a vehicle is going to be something special when you need a pair of goggles to drive it, and this highly customized Lotus lives up to that promise. The owner refers to his one-off as the Ronin RS 211, but underneath that barely there body are a few parts left from a 2005 Lotus Elise.
There's been a proud history of basing electric sports cars off of the Lotus Elise. Its lightweight architecture has formed the basis for the original Tesla Roadster, the PG Elektrus, the Noah Joseph
"We are delighted to open our doors to customers so that they can collect their new car from us direct." – Jean-Marc Gales
Head on over to the Lotus website, and though the Elise isn't offered in the United States anymore, buyers in other markets can choose between numerous models: there's the base Elise, the Elise Club Racer, the Elise S and the Elise S Club Racer, and that's before even getting into the even more extreme Exige that's also based on the Elise. Track-da
If we had a nickel for every version of the Elise that Lotus has rolled out over the years, we might actually have enough spare change to buy one ourselves. And we're not even talking about the entire separate models (like the Exige and Europa) that Lotus has based on the Elise's platform or
Lotus is recalling 860 vehicles after dis