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Lotus Elise Concept

The Lotus Elise due for release in 2015 is a sexy, agile beast of a car. Finally the Lotus Elise comes of age.


“The Lotus Elise you can buy now is still a fantastic car, make no mistake, Lotus remain very proud of it, but this is a natural progression for us moving forward. The Elise 2015 will also be class-leading in terms of performance and efficiency but it will do more than that it will take the Lotus Elise model to the forefront of its class across the board.”

 

Lotus Elise Specification

  •     Layout: 2 seater, mid-engined, rear wheel drive
  •     Engine: Petrol with start/stop option
  •     Hybrid technology: Mild hybrid, i.e. start/stop technology
  •     Cylinder: 4
  •     Capacity: 2.0 litre
  •     Power/Torque: 320 PS / 330 Nm
  •     Rev limit: 7,800 rpm
  •     0-100 km/h: 4.3 seconds
  •     Top speed: 270 km/h
  •     CO2 approx (CO2/km): 150 g/km (with new technology)
  •     Weight: 1,095 kg
  •     Seats: 2
  •     Transmission: 6 Speed Manual, DCT optional
  •     Drive: RWD
  •     Start of production: Early 2015
  •     Enters the market: Spring 2015
  •     Price indication: Circa £35,000

 

Lotus Elan Concept

As the old saying goes, you can’t have your cake and eat it. In the past we were educated to believe we can’t have it all. But that was the past. Today’s driver demands more and the Lotus Elan delivers.The Lotus Elan is the beating heart of the new Lotus line-up. It’s a high performance sports car, that much is clear, it’s a Lotus after all, but thanks to some clever innovations the Lotus Elan also has everyday usability too.

From a styling perspective, the Lotus Elan is built like an athlete with a muscular physique and perfect poise. It’s a thoroughbred, rigid with tension, ambitious and addictive, nothing but best in class will suffice for this car.

Lotus Elan Specification

  • Layout: 2 seater (optional 2+2), mid-engined, rear wheel drive
  • Engine: Petrol, hybrid optional
  • Hybrid technology: Optional KERS
  • Cylinder: V6
  • Capacity: 4.0 litre
  • Power/Torque: 450 PS / 465 Nm
  • Rev limit: 7,800 rpm
  • 0-100 km/h: 3.5 seconds
  • Top speed: 310 km/h
  • CO2/km: 199 g/km (using optional hybrid)
  • Weight: 1,295 kg
  • Seats: 2
  • Transmission: 7 Speed DCT
  • Drive: RWD
  • Start of production: Summer 2013
  • Enters the market: Autumn 2013
  • Price indication: Circa £75,000

 

Lotus Evora S driven

New Lotus. Evora is the facelifted, so let’s not get too carried away and the judge Dany Bahar and his new management team too hard when the model year update of minor importance is simply designed to respond to the criticisms noted in Evora since its launch 18 months ago.
And what were those, exactly? Well, no, driving dynamics – as usual with things that come from Hethel, were bang-on right from the beginning, but in other areas – you know, the usual Lotus areas – there was room for improvement. Lotus listened to its customers and identified four key points: the interior quality and perception, the shift lever, the engine character and response, and the attractiveness of the whole. In total, 140 changes were made.

None for the body – and, not unless you count the handle. You now have a more positive action and a good processor when it crashed. The door seals have also been changed so they have less obnoxious together.
This does not sound exciting, but this is the level of most of the changes that have become less, so hurry, with a little more. The skin is the best and most prolific, the seam has returned to work without extra padding to improve the damping below the setting, new carpets, a steering wheel instead formed a pioneering satellite navigation system instead of Alpine incredibly complex, new colors … we lost yet?


 

Lotus Elise Club Racer Photos

Making its debut at the 2009 IAA in Frankfurt, the Special Edition Lotus Elise Club Racer introduces new and exclusive colour schemes, bespoke interior and lightweight components all in a world class, high performance and low emission sportscar.
Lotus has taken four of the classic colour schemes used by Lotus in the 1960s (Elite Yellow, Carbon Grey, Sky Blue and Old English White) and combined them with exclusive Club Racer interior design features to give a stunning sportscar that beautifully morphs function and form.



The exterior body colour theme is carried over to the transmission tunnel and combined with silver and black paint highlights, bisecting the cockpit and tying together the whole sporty theme unique to the Lotus Elise Club Racer.

Lotus Elise Concept Photos

The Lotus Elise due for release in 2015 is a sexy, agile beast of a car. Finally the Lotus Elise comes of age.

Aesthetically it’s definitely pleasing to the eye, it’s bold directional body gives you subtle hints of the Lotus Elise of old so it still seems a touch familiar but at the same time, it couldn’t be more different.



“The Lotus Elise you can buy now is still a fantastic car, make no mistake, Lotus remain very proud of it, but this is a natural progression for us moving forward. The Elise 2015 will also be class-leading in terms of performance and efficiency but it will do more than that it will take the Lotus Elise model to the forefront of its class across the board.”

Lotus Elise Specification

  •     Layout: 2 seater, mid-engined, rear wheel drive
  •     Engine: Petrol with start/stop option
  •     Hybrid technology: Mild hybrid, i.e. start/stop technology
  •     Cylinder: 4
  •     Capacity: 2.0 litre
  •     Power/Torque: 320 PS / 330 Nm
  •     Rev limit: 7,800 rpm
  •     0-100 km/h: 4.3 seconds
  •     Top speed: 270 km/h
  •     CO2 approx (CO2/km): 150 g/km (with new technology)
  •     Weight: 1,095 kg
  •     Seats: 2
  •     Transmission: 6 Speed Manual, DCT optional
  •     Drive: RWD
  •     Start of production: Early 2015
  •     Enters the market: Spring 2015
  •     Price indication: Circa £35,000

Lotus Elan Concept Pics

As the old saying goes, you can’t have your cake and eat it. In the past we were educated to believe we can’t have it all. But that was the past. Today’s driver demands more and the Lotus Elan delivers.The Lotus Elan is the beating heart of the new Lotus line-up. It’s a high performance sports car, that much is clear, it’s a Lotus after all, but thanks to some clever innovations the Lotus Elan also has everyday usability too.



From a styling perspective, the Lotus Elan is built like an athlete with a muscular physique and perfect poise. It’s a thoroughbred, rigid with tension, ambitious and addictive, nothing but best in class will suffice for this car.
It’s not enough to simply provide performance and exceptional looks, innovation is also integral to the Lotus Elan’s appeal. In keeping with the rest of the new Lotus range, the Elan features optional hybrid technology with KERS.

Lotus Elan Specification

  • Layout: 2 seater (optional 2+2), mid-engined, rear wheel drive
  • Engine: Petrol, hybrid optional
  • Hybrid technology: Optional KERS
  • Cylinder: V6
  • Capacity: 4.0 litre
  • Power/Torque: 450 PS / 465 Nm
  • Rev limit: 7,800 rpm
  • 0-100 km/h: 3.5 seconds
  • Top speed: 310 km/h
  • CO2/km: 199 g/km (using optional hybrid)
  • Weight: 1,295 kg
  • Seats: 2
  • Transmission: 7 Speed DCT
  • Drive: RWD
  • Start of production: Summer 2013
  • Enters the market: Autumn 2013
  • Price indication: Circa £75,000

New Lotus evora gte concept

New Lotus evora gte concept

2011 Lotus Evora Enduro GT Concept. Evora Enduro – GT Concept

 New Lotus evora gte concept

The Lotus Evora get the umpteenth twist in the form of a new show car, which can be seen these days at the Geneva Motor Show. It is the only model, as the Lotus Evora Hybrid Concept 414E is also presented these days, but unlike the latter, which emphasizes the technological aspect, the Lotus Evora Carbon Concept in question this time is more focused on aesthetic aspects.

 New lotus evora gte concept

Its main innovations are a composite body in white pearl effect which contrasts with the various elements of carbon fiber as the roof or the rear diffuser, details not only serve to embellish your design, but also lowers weight.

New lotus evora gte concept

Enduro Evora – GT Concept Car is the evolved version of GT4 endurance podium Evora. This Enduro has been designed by Lotus Motorsport under the expert eyes of leading designer Nicola Scimeca.

LOTUS ELAN: Technology Services

Lotus ELAN: Technology Services

The worlds renowned company Lotus is famous for its integrity and special manufacturing’s in the Car World. Lotus also takes break before introducing any other model in the Car World.

So after its break whenever Lotus use to come back Lotus found to be the very different and unique in their next productions and arrivals.


Like now Lotus Elan is the car which will be into the market in 2013 contains its own identity of Hybrid Engine Car.




Lotus Exige S Car Racing With Driving Mode ‘race’

Lotus Exige S

The Lotus Exige S is a car that has a shape like a racing car with additional driving mode ‘race’. The Lotus Exige S is very light weight, and the front of the car made a little lower with the front bumper are in direct intregrasikan with two exhaust holes.

The back of the Lotus Exige S there is a wing-like form of car racing in general. This car has two doors, with standard alloy wheels measuring 17 inches / 18 inches which is shaped like the fingers are silver in color, made of light alloy. And size of car tires used for the front 205/47 R17 and to the rear measuring 265/45 R 18. Having its own advantages iritnya fuel is used, with a tank capacity of 43.5 liters.

Machine Lotus Exige S uses a 3.5-liter V6 DOCH VVI-I, which combined with EAGO with six-speed manual gearbox. Speed ​​that can be achieved for a distance of between 0 mph to 60mph to within 3.8 seconds.

The outside of the Lotus Exige S portray a clean design and aggressive .

The interior of the Lotus Exige S has two options, namely the use of premium-shaped skin color Ebony Black, Red Venom, Imperial blue, ivory, cocoa brown, while for the floor made of dark-colored skin, and to form a The second is a premium sport.

2012 Lotus Exige S Gets Supercharged Six?

The 2012 Lotus Exige S is one of the latest version of 2012 Lotus. 2012 Lotus Exige S comes with an updated exterior and interior, and an upgraded engine. The 2 seater, mid engined, rear wheel drive 2012 Lotus Exige S is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 supercharged engine, equipped with Dual-Variable Valve Timing and direct fuel injection.
Which outputs 350 PS / 257.5 kW / 345 hp at 7000 rpm and 400 Nm / 295 lb ft of torque at 4500 rpm. The 2012 Lotus Exige S specs list released by Lotus says that it accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.8 seconds and from 0 to 160 km/h in 7.9 seconds. The top speed of the new 2012 Lotus Exige S (supercharged) is rated at 274 km/h / 170 mph. The 2012 Lotus Exige S has a new aerodynamics package, which includes a new front splitter, and a rear spoiler.
For the interior of the 2012 Lotus Exige S is offering two packages: Premium, which offers comfort and style options, and the Premium Sport, which optimizes the cabin for driving.

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