Type: Used Year: 2008 Make: LOTUS Model: EXIGE Trim: S Performance Sports Touring 2dr Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 38800 Engine Size: 1796 Ext Color: Blue
Type: Used Year: 2010 Make: LOTUS Model: EVORA Trim: 3.5 VVT-i V6 2dr 2+0 Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 59000 Engine Size: 3456 Ext Color: Red
Type: Used Year: 2004 Make: LOTUS Model: EXIGE Trim: Touring 2dr Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 44000 Engine Size: 1796 Ext Color: Silver
Type: Used Year: 2011 Make: LOTUS Model: EVORA Trim: V6 +2 Sports Tech 2dr IPS Auto Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 53080 Engine Size: 3500 Ext Color: Chrome Orange
Type: Used Year: 2016 Make: LOTUS Model: EVORA Trim: V6 SPORT 410 Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 5400 Engine Size: 3456 Ext Color: GREEN
Variant name:S ,Derivative:MK2 FL ,Variant: S Lotus Elise S 220 Cup. Supplied by us new, finished in Starlight Metallic Black. Stunning example, very well looked after.
Variant name:V6 SPORT ,Derivative:122-2 ,Variant: V6 SPORT 410 Lotus Evora Sport 410. Supplied new by ourselves. Finished in Motorsport green with grey decals and black alcantara trim with yellow stitching. The benefits from. Sat Nav, Tracker, Yellow pack, Carbon seats, Private Plate EV10RAS WEIGHT The Evora Sport 410 is the result of Lotus’ philosophy of continuous improvement. With a lower centre of gravity, and a kerb weight slashed to just 1,325 kg, the car provides an impressive 309 hp/tonne, and builds on the achievements of the excellent Evora 400. In addition to boosting straight-line speed, the significant reduction in mass has allowed sharper, more agile and intuitive handling - with even greater accuracy and feel. PERFORMANCE Complementing the weight savings is a higher-output version of the supercharged, 3.5-litre 6-cylinder engine, developed through the Lotus 3-Eleven project which has beaten Nürburgring records. As a result, the car boasts 410 hp at 7000 rpm and 420 Nm of torque at 3500 rpm. TORSION The high-performance, carbon fibre components have played the single biggest role in the evolution of the Evora Sport 410. These include front splitter, roof panel, tailgate, and rear diffuser as well as race-derived sports seats and a revised front access panel. The one-piece carbon tailgate incorporates a louvered section, inspired by some of Lotus’ most-famous heritage models, and together with carbon rear quarter-light panels help provide the car with a sleeker, fastback-style trailing roofline. These changes have also improved the car’s aerodynamic downforce by 15% with no increase in drag. AERODYNAMIC The car’s reduced kerb weight has allowed the recalibration of the suspension, with improved geometry and completely revised damping, as well as a ride height 5mm lower than the Evora 400. As a result, handling is sharper, along with better body and roll control, yet ride comfort and composure is retained. Ultra light-weight, 10-spoke forged aluminium wheels, and optional Michelin Cup 2 tyres, complete the car’s dynamic revisions.
Variant name:Coupe S ,Derivative:S ,Variant: 3.5 V6 S 2dr Leven Car Company Proudly Present this Stunning Lotus Exige 3.5 V6 S 2dr Club Racer Edition finished in Signature Orange with Black Alcantara with Orange Contrasting Stitching. Contact Us for Further Information or an HD Video. Tailored Finance Packages Available on Request.
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: LOTUS Model: EVORA Trim: EVORA 400, With Black Pack Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 32000 Engine Size: 3456 Ext Color: SILVER
Variant name:SPORT ,Variant: SPORT 350 70TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Variant name:CUP ,Derivative:1111 ,Variant: CUP 250 CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Variant name:S ,Derivative:MK2 FL ,Variant: S 220 Sprint CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Variant name:EVORA 400 ,Derivative:122-2 ,Variant: EVORA 400, With Black Pack
Variant name:Coupe S ,Derivative:S ,Variant: 3.5 V6 S +2 2dr Leven Car Company Proudly Present this Stunning Lotus Evora 3.5 V6 S +2 2dr finished in Aspen White Metallic Paint with Black Leather Interior. Contact Us for Further Information or an HD Video.
Type: Used Year: 2015 Make: LOTUS Model: EVORA Trim: V6 400 2dr Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 6721 Engine Size: 3500 Ext Color: Red
Vehicle Description: The Lotus Evora Started Development Back In 2006 Under The Code Name Project Eagle, With This All New Model Offered By The British Car Manufacturer At The July 2008 British International Motor Show. This Brand New Model Was Still To Follow Suit With Great Past Lotus Cars Of Yesteryear, Offering The Driver And Passenger An Exciting Driving Experience, That Was Still Capable To Thrill No Matter The Driving Conditions, But Now With A Longer Body Than The Elise, Was Considered By The Manufacturer To Be A More Practical Road Going Race Car That Would Appeal To The Mainstream Of New Buyers Into The Lotus Brand. The Name "Evora" Was To Keep With The Lotus Traditions Of Beginning Model Names With The Letter "E", With The Evora Basically Meaning Evolution, Vogue and Aura, Which Suited This Exciting All New Lotus, So Very Well. The Car Was First Introduced With The Two Plus Two Seat Configuration, A First For The Factory, However The Rear Seating Was Viewed As Being Completely Pointless, Unless Used For Potential Additional Storage, So We Believe The Two Plus Zero Seating Arrangement Works So Much Better For The Total Cabin Area. In 2010 The Norfolk Based Factory Offered Us The Lotus Evora S Model As Part Of The Company Line Up, With The Three Point Five Litre V6 Engine Boasting A Mighty Super Charger Unit, Which Increased The Brake Horse Power To A Very Healthy 345 Brake Horse Power With 295 lb⋅ft Worth Of Torque, Meaning That This New Model Would Accelerate Both Driver And Passenger From 0-62 MPH In Just 4.6 Seconds And Would Easily Climb To An Impressive Top Speed Of 172 MPH. This Stunning Example Was First Supplied By Bell & Colvill Lotus In The Middle Of 2014 To The Only Registered Private Keeper, Which Is Now Viewed In Being Quite Rare To Find, Considering The Car Will Be Four Years Old In June. Since This Date The Car Has Only Had 22474 Miles Applied, Which Roughly Works Out At Just 6500 Miles Per Annum, However Regardless Of This Our Car Has Been Maintained Correctly By Lotus Main Dealers With Historical Past Service Visits Logged At 970, 5258, 7732, 13568 & 22386 Miles, With The Very Last One Completed By Bell & Colvill In The November Of 2011. Once Sold This Example Will Be Presented To The Next Lucky Keeper With The Entire Booklet Pack Set, The Original Bill Of Sale From Bell & Colvill Listing Just Over £7000`s Worth Of Options, A Fully Cleared Hpi Certificate, Full Past Lotus Service Invoices And A Fully Functional Key Set, All Ready For That Next Person To Enjoy And Cherish During Their Own Time Of Ownership. Exterior: The Body Is Presented In The Rare Nightfall Blue Metallic, Which Perfectly Showcases The Aggressive Evora Exterior Curves, The Distinctive Lotus Lines And The Sculptured Colour Coded Roof. Further Exterior Treats Are Presented With The Optional Unmarked Satin Gunmetal 19/20" Multi Spoke Forged Alloy Wheels With Yellow Centre Caps Which All Sit On Branded Tyres, The Blackened Exterior Mesh Grilles, The Centred Singular Chromed Exhaust System, The Lotus Embossed Black Brake Calipers, The Cleared Evora Embossed Front Wing Badges, The Visible Engine Bay, The Bright Yellow Lotus Motif Decorated On The Bonnet And Presented With The Chrome Lotus Evora S Badges To The Rear, That Finish This Stunning Vehicle Stance. The Total Presentation Is Offered In Lovely Order, All Ready For That Next Lucky Keeper To Enjoy And Adore. Interior: The Interior Of The Evora Offers The Driver And Passenger An Environment Of Extreme Drama, But Still At The Same Point Is Well Spaced, Meaning That Every Trip Can Be Highly Exciting And Perfectly Comfortable, No Matter The Distance. From Factory Build This Vehicle Was Opted With The Recaro Embossed Half Leather & Suede Tex Sport Seats Decorated With The Lotus Motif And Beautifully Complemented With Black Twin Needle Stitch Detail, The Black Carpets, The Suede Trimmed Door Cards, The Black Leather Bound Three Spoke Multi Functional Steering Wheel, The Suede Trimmed Dash That Wraps Around This Inviting Cabin Space, The Dark Grey Suede Roof Lining, The Metal Turned Gear Knob And Presented With A Mixture Of Piano Black Veneers & Blackened Textured Aluminium Inlays, That Finish This Exciting Environment Off Perfectly. This Special Supercharged Example Also Offers An Excellent Array Of High End Lotus Options, Meaning That Every Trip Is Perfectly Controlled And Highly Enjoyable, Time And Time Again, No Matter The Distance. Specification: This Excellent S Boasts High End Lotus Options To Include The Full Colour Alpine INE-W920R Information Screen With Satellite Navigation System, The Optional Unmarked Satin Gunmetal 19/20" Multi Spoke Forged Alloy Wheels Which All Sit On Branded Tyres, Air Conditioning, The Three Spoke Leather Bound Multi Functional Steering Wheel With Cruise Control, Xenon Headlights With Power Wash Function, Lotus Sports Mode, Rear Park Distance Control, Variable Heated Front Seating, Electric Windows, Electric Folding Mirrors, Remote Central Locking With Alarm, The Lotus Suede Tex Trim Package, Lotus Steel Pedal Set, Lotus Embossed Black Brake Calipers, The Suede Trimmed Drivers Arm Rest, The Suede Covered Hand Brake Lever, The Chromed Singular Exhaust System And So Much More. A Stunning One Private Keeper Car With The Entire Booklet Pack Set, The Original Bill Of Sale, A Fully Cleared Hpi Report And A Full Key Set. For Further Details Then Please Contact Either Jonathan Or Mark On 01623 622627 Or Via Our Email At: firstname.lastname@example.org Options And Costs To Ship Worldwide Are Available Upon Request...
Lotus Elan Sprint 1973 The Sprint was the last version of Colin Chapman’s fabled Elan sold between 1971 and 1973, following the Series 1, 2, 3 and 4. Essentially, the Sprint was an up rated S4, fitted with a more powerful version of the Lotus twin cam engine. Though there are some who see the Sprint as a tuned S4, there is no doubt that Lotus intended it to be a separate version of the Elan (an “S5” in effect) and that it was marketed as such. The Sprint has become one of the more sought after Elan types and they are relatively few in number. This particular car is believed to be the very last Sprint Drop Head Coupe built by the Factory according to Graham Arnold of the Lotus Elan Sprint Register. It’s finished in Carnival Red over Cirrus White with a black leather interior, and fitted true Minilite Wheels not look alike and a new hood. The car is in simply stunning condition having had thousands of pounds spent on a full interior, exterior and mechanical refurb in 2014, and its covered a mere 700 miles since. The paint finish is the finest I’ve ever seen on a Glass fibre body. (The paint work alone cost almost £8000) The history file is huge, and dates right back to 1974. In total the car has covered only 33000 miles from new and as I mentioned previously has covered a mere 700 miles since being rebuilt. This car has had simply the best maintenance programme of just about any car we’ve ever had. If you are looking for a Lotus Elan Sprint, then this car has to be the prize find of the year. It’s condition, It’s history, and the fact it’s believed to be the last DHC made makes it a unique car, and one certain to be an excellent investment over the coming years. Buy it now at only £55995.
Variant name:SPORT 220 ,Derivative:1111 ,Variant: SPORT 220 Pride of place in the latest Elise line-up is the new Sprint edition, capturing the spirit of Lotus by offering the latest in efficient engineering to deliver a car that sets the standard at under 800 kg. Featuring a host of weight-saving items as standard, as well as the Elise’s distinctive new styling, the new Lotus remains true to the company’s founding principles. Benefitting the range as a whole, all new Elise editions receive the car’s new look and new interior options, and every single one of the Sprint’s lightweight components can be specified on the standard Elise Sport and the Elise Sport 220 variants. Competitive finance available. Please call Fraser on 07880 554460 or 01279 813907 for more information.
Variant name:TYPE 72 16V ,Derivative:MK2 ,Variant: TYPE 72 16V The Elise Type 72 shares many of the key strengths that made the Type 72 so successful, such as a lightweight aluminium chassis, GRP body and of course the world beating Lotus ride and handling.With such close links it was an obvious source of inspiration for the first of the Heritage Collection Series. The Elise Type 72 reflects the racing heritage of the Type 72 with the Black and Gold livery. The two gold heritage laurels, proudly displayed on either side of the metallic Starlight Black bodywork, mimic those placed on the rear wing of the Type 72 commemorating every race victory, while the new gold coloured wheels give the perfect finish to the exterior. The Black and Gold livery does not stop with the exterior, but carries over to the interior with effective use of golden Alcantara on the seat cushions, steering wheel centre and door panels. The heritage theme is continued with gold heritage laurels embroidered in the centre of each headrest and an exclusive Heritage Identification Plate, based on the design of the chassis plates of the Lotus Formula 1 cars, mounted on the dash board. This Type 72 has had only 2 previous owners and only covered 12000 miles with full service history, it’s has the luxuries of both air conditioning and a factory supplied hard top. **Viewing by appointment only**
Variant name:EVORA 400 ,Derivative:122-2 ,Variant: EVORA 400 Metallic Blue, Alcantara Trim Pack, Alcantara Steering Wheel, Cruise control, Sub-Woofer, Centre Console Cup Holder. LED daytime running Lights, Gloss Silver 10 Spoke Alloy Wheels, Bi Xenon Headlamps, 4 Speaker Double Din ICE unit with Navigation, Heated Seats, Air-Conditioning.
Following in the wheel tracks of the radical Elite, Lotus’ equally brilliant Elan proved to be Colin Chapman’s most successful venture to date. The Elite made headlines with its highly advanced fiberglass semi-monocoque body with a steel backbone chassis that gave it exquisite handling in a featherweight package. While the Elite was highly regarded for its deft handling and brisk performance, it suffered from quality control issues and a high price which hampered sales. With the Elan, many of the Elite’s quality issues were addressed and the costs were kept low by replacing the costly Climax engine with a Ford-based four-cylinder topped by a twin-cam head. The rigid and light backbone chassis was retained, to ensure typically exquisite handling. The Lotus Elan proved to be a massive success and Lotus production was booming throughout the 1960s and into the 70s. Very early into the Elan’s development, Colin Chapman ordered the addition of a “family man’s Lotus” to the lineup; one that would return nearly the same performance as the Elan, but with more luxury, sophistication and a bit of extra space for children. Chapman asked for a car with “the front of an Elan and the rear of an Elite”, so designers set about stretching the Elan’s chassis and revising the styling to better suit the longer wheelbase. The result was the Elan +2, introduced in 1967. Despite the brief for a more luxurious Elan, the +2 continued with Lotus ethos of “simplify, add lightness”, and even with the additional 7 ½ inches of length added to the chassis, the bigger car exhibited superior stability in cornering and at speed. Throughout production, the +2 was continually fettled by the factory, with the renamed Plus 2S arriving in March of 1969 with larger carbs and a host of other refinements. The Plus 2S 130 added yet another boost in performance courtesy of the Big Valve cylinder head, and enlarged Stromberg carburetors on US spec cars. The Elan Plus 2S 130 was a worthy competitor to the likes of the Porsche 911, Datsun 240Z and even the E-type 2+2. Despite its comparatively tiny displacement horsepower deficit, the Elan came in at just 1,975 pounds – that’s nearly 400 pounds lighter than a 911E and a whopping 1,300 pounds shy of an E-type 2+2! Proof that power isn’t everything, as soon as the road gets bendy, the Elan truly shines. Our featured example is a rare and desirable 1973 Elan Plus 2S 130 finished in the original colors of Lagoon blue with a metallic silver roof. It is one of just 153 US market cars of this type and is a very well-documented two-owner example that has been sorted at no regard to cost and treated to numerous yet discreet performance upgrades. It presents in beautiful, standard appearance, yet has been thoroughly upgraded to deliver outstanding performance. Records indicate the Elan was delivered new in 1973 from Lotus Cars UK to the primary East Coast distributor Lotus East of Millerton, New York. From there, it was sold via F.A. Kinsella Auto of New Milford, CT to Boris Churyk of Stamford, CT. Mr. Churyk cherished his Lotus, as shown in a letter to his insurance company dated 1991 which states: “Under no circumstances will anyone other than myself be driving the 1973 Lotus Elan”. He goes on to explain that he bought it new as a present to himself – clearly a man who was passionate about his Lotus! After 34 years with his prized Elan, it was sold to Alan Andrea of Lake Forest, IL. Mr. Andrea kept the car for another decade, performing extensive restoration work and performance upgrades, all while ensuring the car retains a stock outward appearance. The paint presentation is very good in the factory correct Lagoon Blue (LO12) on the main body, accented by a metal-flake silver roof. The paint is attractive and glossy, with just a few superficial flaws visible. The included Lotus Heritage Certificate confirms this as the original paint scheme – including the metal flake roof, which was a standard treatment for S130s. Body fit is very good, consistent and factory appropriate, while the chrome bumpers, window trim and rain gutters are in excellent condition. The car retains its original Lucas fog lamps with their plastic covers as well as an original tool roll and jack. It rides on beautiful 13” knock-off wheels with Vredestein sprint classic tires that give the right look without sacrificing performance. Speaking of performance, a highlight of this Elan is under the bonnet in the form of a 1,721 CC Twin Cam built by PHP Racengines Inc. of Wauconda, IL. Built in 2008 at a cost of nearly $12,000, the fully documented build includes 10:1 compression pistons, a flowed head, enlarged 34 mm carburetor chokes, and numerous other upgrades for power and reliability. Breathing through twin Weber carbs and a custom exhaust, this little powerhouse produces 140 horsepower at 6,000 RPM – on its way to a screaming 7,000 RPM redline. Wisely, the owner used a donor engine and the original, numbers-matching Stromberg-spec engine is intact and will be included in the sale. To handle the extra power, the rear axles were upgraded with billet units from Tony Thompson Racing, and the brakes upgraded with stainless caliper pistons. Cooling is handled via a high flow alloy radiator. Suspension features new Tony Thompson shock absorbers and thoroughly refreshed bushes and hardware. A large binder of receipts from the previous owner documents the tremendous amount of work that went into this fabulous Lotus. Like the body, the cabin has been maintained in exceptional factory correct condition. Much of the interior, including the dash, door panels and seats, remains in remarkably good original condition. The wood dash is an excellent original, showing a few cracks in the lacquer which is not unusual, and retaining the original labels, gauges (including the S130s ambient temp gauge) and even the original Clarion radio. The tachometer has been upgraded to work properly with the Pertronix ignition and the electrical functions work as they should. Extensive documentation courtesy of the most recent owner demonstrates how no expense was spared to ensure this is one of the best driving examples of its kind. Included in the sale is the original tool roll, factory service manuals, owner’s manual, original brochure, a Lotus Classic Certificate of Vehicle Provenance, and copies of the original registration verifying this as a two-owner example. We are thrilled to offer this outstanding and very rare Lotus Elan Plus 2 S 130; an exciting car that is sure to charm its next keeper with its intoxicating power astute handling and understated good looks.
Variant name:Coupe Special Edition Club Racer ,Derivative:Club Racer ,Variant: 3.5 V6 S Club Racer 2dr Lotus Exige 3.5 V6 S Club Racer 2dr
Variant name:EVORA 400 ,Derivative:122-2 ,Variant: EVORA 400 CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Variant name:V6 SPORT ,Derivative:122-2 ,Variant: GT 410 SPORT CARS (exc. Off-Road)
Type: Used Year: 2014 Make: LOTUS Model: EXIGE Trim: S ROADSTER PREMIUM Body: Convertible Trans: Manual Mileage: 8920 Engine Size: 3456 Ext Color: RED
Type: Used Year: 2013 Make: LOTUS Model: EVORA Trim: V6 Sport 2+0 Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 30100 Engine Size: 3456 Ext Color: RED
LOTUS ELAN 1.6 2dr Convertible. Manual. Petrol.1990 (H reg),STUNNING EXAMPLE. 158,853 miles 21 X SERVICES AND ALL PREVIOUS MOT'S. HUGE SERVICE FILE WITH ALL ORIGINAL HAND BOOKS. SERVICED EVERY YEAR REGARDLESS OF MILEAGE., Next MOT due 17/01/2019, Full service history, Excellent bodywork, Grey Full leather interior - Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Alloy wheels, Body Coloured Bumpers, Leather seats, Electric windows, Central locking, Alarm. Red, Free Oil Service and Pre-Sale Inspection. HPi And National Mileage Certificate. Finance Available. Credit and debit cards accepted. BUY WITH PEACE OF MIND. WE HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED FOR OVER 23 YEARS, DELIVERIES ARRANGED. GBP 6,999
Variant name:V6 2 ,Derivative:MK1 (122) ,Variant: V6 Sport 2+0