Nice on board camera footage from a Lotus Elsie race. It looks even more much fun than bigger race cars and budget is certainly something a lot more within reach of everyone. You know what to do next .. check you local Elise dealer :)
What can you do when you take your car to a Goodyear shop to have new F1G3s installed on your Elise and just after an hour you are called back because your car had a little accident?
Well the simple answer is sue them!
But when the manager of the shop is your father-in-law things get a little bit difficult...
How do you chose a car when you buy one? Being efficient is one of the first things you ask for, especially with today’s gas prices. And if efficiency is combined with some fun, when you have a perfect car to buy! Top Ten fun and efficient car Tesla Roadster - EPA fuel economy: 135 mpg equivalent Mazda MX-5 - EPA fuel economy, city/highway: 22–25/30 Mazda 3 - EPA fuel economy, city/highway: 25–28/31–35 BMW 328i - EPA fuel economy, city/highway: 20–21/29–30 Mercedes-Benz (...) > Full story
The design philosophy of Lotus is "Performance through low weight", a philosophy first adopted by the founder of Lotus, Colin Chapman. The motto drives Lotus to obtain very high performance with lightweight cars in spite of their relatively modest power outputs, with a strong emphasis on driving purity and dynamics. This concept was taken to an extreme by the London-based engineer Max David.
The result is a sports car which in production form in 1996 weighed in at just (...) > Full story
Lotus Cars USA Inc. has announced the prices for 2007 line-up: the new 220-hp Exige S will start at $56,990 and the price for 190-hp Elise roadster will rise to $43,990 for ’07, up $1,000 from ’06.
The Exige S is a small lightweight sportscar weighing just 2057 lbs, powered by 218 hp high revving supercharged engine, giving a zero to 60 mph time of just 4.1 seconds.
Because the basic car is so immensely strong but lightweight (935 kg, 2057 lbs), giving a power to weight ratio (...) > Full story
As you might know, Lotus has recently announced that three new models are on the way, starting 2008. The 2009 Lotus Elise wasspotted on testing in Europe.
It is very posible that the Elise will use the BMW’s 4.4-litre V8, which can also be found in the X5. The Elise will debut in December 2009, but before it two more models will debut. The Proton Satria will debut in May 2008. And in December 2008, it will be followed by a mid-range Lotus. Details are closely guarded, but it will sit (...) > Full story
Forbes Auto made a little research and they came up with a nice list of cars for single peoples.
If you’re single, you can fantasize about cars, feel passionate about the fast ones—and actually act on your impulses, consulting only your bank account. Best cars for singles Honda Civic - Base price 14560$
Audi RS4 Sedan - Base price: $66,000
Honda CR-V SUV - Base price: $20,395
Volvo C70 Convertible - Base price: $39,090
Lotus Elise Convertible - Base price: (...) > Full story
Lotus is back with an entry level Elise that is set to propel the Hethel based sports car manufacturer further up the sales charts. The loss of the K series engine had temporarily created a hole in Lotus’ portfolio and its disappearance from the range was not good news for
Pure sportscar lovers right across the globe.