Lotus Exotic Cars

  • 2000 Lotus Exige
    The Lotus Exige is a two-door, two-seat sports car made by Lotus Cars. The original Exige was launched in 2000 and had a 1.8 L Rover K Series engine. It is essentially a coupe version of the Lotus Elise, which is a roadster. Compared to the Elise,
  • 1996 Lotus Elise
    The Lotus Elise was conceived in early 1994 and released in September 1995 by the English manufacturer Lotus Cars. The Lotus Elise is a true sportscar that has taken the world by storm, winning countless awards for handling, innovation and just pure
  • 1993 Lotus Esprit
    Only 54 more Lotus Esprits will be made available for purchase in 2003, before production of the fine auto ceases completely. The Lotus Esprit is a legend and buyers are finding that the changes (albethem few) changes in 2003 to the model line make
  • 1989 Lotus Carlton
    The Lotus Carlton was a Vauxhall Carlton saloon, Opel and Vauxhaul who wanted to improve the image of thier platform car. Lotus used the Vauxhaul Carlton 3.0 GSi 24v as a base for the car, improving almost every component. The external differences
  • 1982 Lotus Excel
    The Type 89 Lotus Excel based on the earlier Lotus Eclat was built from 1982 to 1992. During this period, Toyota became a major shareholder in Lotus, and part of the deal between Lotus and Toyota included the use of many Toyota components in Lotus'
  • 1977 Lotus Eclat
    The Lotus Eclat was built from 1975 to 1982. It was based on the Lotus Elite but had a fastback body style which gave it more storage in the boot (trunk). The Eclat Series 1 (1975-1980) used a 1973 cc 160 hp Lotus 907 Slant Four engine. Later cars
  • 1976 Lotus Esprit S1
    The Lotus Esprit was a sports car built by Lotus from 1976 to 2004. The Silver Italdesign concept that eventually became the Esprit was unveiled at the Turin motor show in 1972, and was a development of a stretched Lotus Europa chassis. At the
  • 1964 lotus Elan
    The original Elan was a roadster and was introduced in 1962, Later a coup? version and an optional hardtop were offered. It was the first Lotus road car to use the now famous steel backbone chassis with a fiberglass body. The Elan +2 was introduced
  • 1964 Lotus Elite
    The first Lotus Elite or Type 14 was produced from 1957 to 1962, it's an ultra-light two-seater coup?. What made the Elite distinctive was its fiberglass monocoque construction, in which a stressed-skin unibody replaced the previously separate