Lotus announces their first motorcycle designed by Daniel Simon
Developed under the collaborative leadership of racing team kodewa, lotus has announced their first motorcycle: the ‘C-01′ designed by Daniel Simon
Lotus Cars
Lotus Cars history of development.
Lotus announces their first motorcycle designed by Daniel Simon
Developed under the collaborative leadership of racing team kodewa, lotus has announced their first motorcycle: the ‘C-01′ designed by Daniel Simon
Lotus 26
Lotus Elan is the name of two convertible cars and one fixed head coupé produced by Lotus Cars. The original Type 26, 26R Racing version (of the S1 Elan), 36R Racing version (of the S2 Elan), 36 Fixed...
Lotus 26 - Wikipedia
Lotus 81
The Lotus 81 was a Formula One racing car built by Colin Chapman's Lotus team for the 1980 Formula One season. Unlike many of its illustrious Lotus forbears the 81 was not a terribly innovative or com...
Lotus 81 - Wikipedia
Romano Artioli
Romano Artioli (born 1932) is an Italian entrepreneur and one-time owner of Bugatti and Lotus automobile makers.Artioli was born in Moglia in the Province of Mantua, and raised in Bolzano where in the...
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Chrysler Sunbeam
The Chrysler Sunbeam is a small supermini three-door hatchback manufactured by Chrysler Europe at the former Rootes Group factory in Linwood in Scotland. The Sunbeam's development was funded by a Brit...
Chrysler Sunbeam - Wikipedia
Lotus 91
The Lotus 91 was a car used by the English team Lotus in the 1982 Formula One season, designed by Colin Chapman, Martin Ogilvie and Tony Rudd. After several uncompetitive seasons with experimental or ...
Lotus 91 - Wikipedia
Lotus 97T
The Lotus 97T was a Formula One racing car designed by Gérard Ducarouge and built by Team Lotus. A development of the Lotus 95T of 1984, it was designed for the 1985 Formula One season by French engin...
Lotus 97T - Wikipedia
Lotus 31
The Lotus 31 was a racing car produced by Lotus for the new 1-litre Formula 3 introduced in 1964, replacing the expensive Formula Junior. The chassis was a multi-tubular spaceframe, of similar design...
Lotus 38
The Lotus 38 was the first mid-engined car to win the Indianapolis 500, in 1965, driven by Jim Clark. It was run by Lotus at Indianapolis from 1965 to 1967; a total of 8 were built, most for use by L...
Lotus 38 - Wikipedia
Lotus 107
The Lotus 107 was a Formula One car used by Team Lotus. Designed for the 1992 Formula One season, it brought in a final, short-lived period of competitiveness for the team in Formula One. A fresh d...
Lotus 107 - Wikipedia
Lotus 22
The Lotus 22 was a racing car built by Lotus cars in 1962, and a total of 77 cars were built. It was developed from the 1962 Lotus 20, with the major differences that it had disk brakes all round, ha...
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Lotus 18
The Lotus 18 was a race car designed by Colin Chapman for use by Lotus in Formula Junior, Formula Two, and Formula One.
Lotus 18 was the first mid-engined car built by Lotus and was a marked impro...
Lotus 18 - Wikipedia
Lotus 49
The Lotus 49 was a Formula One racing car designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe for the 1967 F1 season. It was designed around the Cosworth DFV engine that would power most of the Formula One...
Lotus 49 - Wikipedia
Lotus 102
The Lotus 102 was a Formula One racing car designed by Lotus for use in the 1990 Formula One season. The 102 was an evolution of the Lotus 101 and would eventually go on to compete in 37 races spannin...
Lotus 102 - Wikipedia
Lotus 62
The Lotus Type 62 race car was a development of the successful Type 47 and intended to race in the Appendix J Group 6 Prototype Class. The car was designed by Martin Waide at Lotus Components and had ...
Lotus Mark VI
After building multiple trials and road racing cars, Colin Chapman introduced his first 'production' car, the Lotus Mark VI, in 1952. The heart of the Mark VI was a space frame chassis. Rather than a ...
Lotus Mark VI - Wikipedia
Lotus 900 series
Lotus 900 series engines were designed by Lotus as their first self-developed engine, and due to similarities in dimensions and layout, Vauxhall/Opel/GM 4-cylinder iron blocks were used as testbeds fo...
Lotus 900 series - Wikipedia
Lotus 21
The Lotus 21 was a Formula One racing car designed by Colin Chapman. It was a mid-engined design using a tubular spaceframe structure skinned with fibreglass panels, of a more advanced build than se...
Lotus 21 - Wikipedia
Lotus 119
Lotus 119 was a box car built by Lotus Cars to compete at the Soapbox Challenge that took place at the 2002 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It is believed to be the fastest box car built capable of 200 mp...
Lotus 119 - Wikipedia
Lotus 79
The Lotus 79 was a Formula One car designed in late 1977 by Colin Chapman, Geoff Aldridge, Martin Ogilvie, Tony Rudd and Peter Wright of Lotus.
The Lotus 79 was the first F1 car to take full advan...
Lotus 79 - Wikipedia
Lotus 907
The Lotus 907 was an engine designed and manufactured for automotive applications by Lotus Cars. It was an original design, dual overhead cam, 16 valve all alloy powerplant. It displaced 1973 cc and d...
Lotus 907 - Wikipedia
Lotus 76
The Lotus 76 was a Formula One car designed by Colin Chapman, Tony Rudd and Ralph Bellamy for the 1974 Formula One season. The car was intended to be a more advanced version of the Lotus 72, powered b...
Lotus 76 - Wikipedia
Lotus Europa
The Lotus Europa is a two door mid-engined GT coupé built by Lotus Cars from 1966 to 1975. In 2006, Lotus began production of a totally new, Lotus Elise-derived design, a mid-engined GT coupé named Eu...
Lotus Europa - Wikipedia
Lotus 30
The Lotus 30 was a racing automobile, Colin Chapman's first attempt at a large displacement sports car racing machine following the success of the smaller Lotus 19 and Lotus 23. In a way as a further...
Lotus 30 - Wikipedia
Lotus 16
The Lotus 16 was the second single-seat racing car designed by Colin Chapman, and was built by his Lotus Cars manufacturing company for the Team Lotus racing squad. The Lotus 16 was constructed to com...
Lotus 16 - Wikipedia