Lotus

Lotus Cars is a British company that manufactures sports cars and racing cars and is a subsidiary of Malaysian automotive company Proton.

Extreme sports for Lotus Exige Cup 430

British sports car manufacturer Lotus is targeting serious performance fans with the £99,800 Lotus Exige Cup 430, boasting a 3.2-second 0-62mpg time.

Car companies’ half-year report card

With new car registration data now available for the first half of 2017, we take a look at which brands are having a good year and which are struggling.

Fastest Lotus Elise yet unveiled

The Lotus Elise Cup 250 has been revealed as the fastest four-cylinder sports car ever produced by the Norfolk brand. It boasts a 3.9-second 0-62mph time.

Volvo and Lotus set to be sister brands

Swedish brand Volvo and UK sports car maker Lotus look destined to be related after Chinese giant Geely agreed to buy a stake in Proton.

Lightweight Lotus Elise Sprint leads range update

Lotus has done what many would have thought impossible, and reduced the weight of its already tiny Elise sports car to create the Lotus Elise Sprint.

Caterham Seven Sprint goes back to the 1960s

After more than forty years of evolving its interpretation of the iconic Lotus Seven, Caterham has looked to an early Lotus version for the inspiration behind its latest Seven Sprint model.

The London Classic Car Show – a capital success

The inaugural London Classic Car Show was a stunning spectacle of automotive magnificence, brought to life in glorious sound and motion.

Tobacco advertising in Formula One

No-one disputes that smoking is bad for you. What is beyond dispute is that tobacco advertising gave us some of the best F1 liveries ever.

Worst cars of the year? 2012’s least-inspiring efforts

Like the Razzies before the Oscars, it's time to look at the automotive lowlights of 2012 and hope that the car industry learns from these experiences to make a better motoring future for us all, before we move on later this week to celebrate the best that the year had to offer...

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