In a world of adaptive this and electronic that, the Lotus Evora GT is a refreshing reminder of go-fast simplicity.
But it will be the last Lotus car with an internal-combustion engine, according to the company's CEO.
The Evija's configurator is rolling out to customers and it's quite the technological marvel.
Simon Cowell, who commissioned the Mini from David Brown Automotive, must have a thing for the 1981 film For Your Eyes Only.
Who'd have thought 20 years ago that Lotus could pull off a 2,000-hp electric hypercar and actually sell it?
This is the first time the public has seen the British hypercar in action, and it looks up to the task.
From the most famous (infamous?) Top Gear creations, to legendary cars from around the world, here’s a look inside this impressive museum.
The car was born out of the ashes of Lotus' aborted T125 program and tweaked to make it a slightly more economical proposition.
Today on AutoComplete, Pagani unveils its wildest drop-top to date, Volkswagen hopes free maintenance will assuage new buyers in 2020 and Kia has an autobrake problem with the Optima.
Look for Lotus' new hypercar to show its face at The Quail: A Motorsports Gathering.
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.