If it gets made, Lotus would target the Porsche 718 Boxster with the all-new Elan roadster.
The standalone business unit will supply hybrid and ICE units to Volvo, Geely, Proton, Lotus, LEVC, and Lynk & Co.
This never before titled 1991 Corvette ZR1 with only 286 miles on the odometer is on sale for $42,950.
Lotus will keep its electric hypercar for a few more days in the region, from where it hopes it’ll attract quite a few customers.
This particular Exige S features an aftermarket supercharger and delivers 460 HP that, nevertheless, don’t adversely affect its driving characteristics.
Lotus has almost sold out the entire allocation of the Evija in the United States before the hypercar even hits the assembly line.
The new Lotus logo supposedly adheres to Colin Chapman’s famous motto to “simply and add lightness”.
Lotus’ first-ever hypercar features four electric motors that pump out an astounding 1,987 HP.
The Lotus Evija has almost 2000 hp and production will kick off next year.
Lotus’ high-performance EV will rocket from 0-62 mph in less than three seconds and have a top speed in excess of 200 mph.
The electric hypercar will be unveiled at a special event later this month.
Lotus’ first-ever hypercar will, reportedly, have four electric motors and be co-developed with Williams.
This Lotus SUV prototype is wearing an old Lynk & Co 01 shell in an attempt to fool onlookers.
The all-electric Lotus flagship is expected to be a true game-changing hypercar.
The Evora 400 is powered by a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 delivering 400 hp.
Lous’ first-ever hypercar will be unveiled in full in the middle of the year.
Parent company Geely is dead serious on making Lotus a true rival to top-tier supercar makers.
The Lotus Exige Cup 430 may be rear-wheel drive but it hits 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds.
The Evora GT4 Concept features a unique livery combining the flags of China and the UK.
The Lotus Type 130 hypercar features a potent powertrain developed by Williams Advanced Engineering.