The Elise Sprint’s carbon fiber parts help shave off over 90 lb. of weight compared to the standard model, giving it a dry weight of just 1759 lb. It also borrows the Exige Sport 350’s open-gate gearbox. Available in 1.6L 134 hp or a supercharged 1.8L 217 hp engine. Sadly, it’s not US-bound.
The fastest ever variant of the featherweight sports coupe packs a 375 hp supercharged V6, launching the 2425 lb. car from 0-to-60 in just 3.5s. Unlike other supercars, it’s still available with a manual. Coming to the UK, Europe and Japan, but sadly no US model is planned.
The Lotus 3-Eleven is a street-legal track car with a 450hp supercharged 3.5L V6, a lightweight resin composite body, aluminum chassis and 6-speed manual gearbox. It goes from 0 to 60mph in under 3 sec. and has a 180mph top speed.
The 2011 Evora S offers an amped-up Toyota 3.5l V6, with 345-hp, while the IPS option makes the Evora line easy to drive, with a six-speed automatic transmission and manual paddle-shift override.
Got a million dollars lying around? If you’re one of the 25 lucky ones to pony up their dough to Lotus, you can have this F1-grade race car and participate in Lotus’ exclusive Exos private racing league.
Lotus honors their legendary engineer Roger Becker with the new RGB Special Edition for the Elise SC and Exige S; includes Sports and Touring packs and the 1.8 liter VVTL-i Toyota engine.
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