British sports car maker Lotus began in 1953, and most recently offered its Elise, Exige and Evora models in the US. However, sales were suspended due to non-compliance with US safety regulations.
This is the first time the public has seen the British hypercar in action, and it looks up to the task.
Volvo and Geely propose merging their engine-development operations to create a standalone entity.
The 416-horsepower Lotus Evora GT is a reminder that sports cars are meant to be driven.
A driver’s car through and through, the new Lotus Evora GT is a no-frills sports car that’s easy to love.
While we wait for the British automaker's all-electric Evija hypercar, the company's mainstay sports car gets better than ever.
An updated version of Lotus' evergreen sports car will have to hold us over until the Evija all-electric supercar.
Lotus wants its new EV super-coupe to be the most powerful production car ever.
62 miles per hour should arrive in less than 3 seconds.