Lotus 3-Eleven 430 review on track front

Lotus 3-Eleven

The final 20 road-going 3-Elevens are the fastest made, with less weight, more power and predictably spectacular results

From £102,0009
Lotus Elise Cup 250

Lotus Elise Cup 250

New range-topping Elise gets what it needs to excel on a circuit

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Lotus Elise S Cup

Lotus Elise S Cup 2015-2016

We try the road-going version of Lotus's club race car

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Lotus V6 Cup

Lotus Exige V6 Cup 2013-2015

Track-focused Exige distils the Lotus magic into an even more concentrated hit

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Lotus Exige S

Lotus Exige

Hethel goes back to basics with its Lotus Exige

From £52,9009
Lotus Evora S

Lotus Evora 2011-2015

The Lotus Evora S rides and handles in a way that puts nearly everything else in its shade. Shame the interior doesn't match the price tag

From £60,5508
Lotus Elise

Lotus Elise

Is the Lotus Elise still the last word in open-top British sports car fun?

From £27,5008
Lotus Evora

Lotus Evora

Lotus moves upmarket with a 2+2 GT, but is the Lotus Evora an everyday car?

From £51,5508

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