The Emira marks the end of an era for Lotus, but the company promises it will be quite the machine.
In 2021, the final Elise will roll off the production line as Lotus turns its attention to newer models.
Production of the two cars, plus the Evora, will come to a close this year as Lotus locks in a future with new and electrified sports cars.
The Sport 240 will be the last ever Lotus Elise. It also reminds us how much the original got right 25 years ago.
It's the end of the line for the Lotus' current three sports cars.
Alpine will also launch an EV hot hatch and compact crossover by 2025.
Like the right wine with a great meal, the Lotus Exige Cup 430 is the perfect car to take on the challenge of this countryside circuit in Lincolnshire, England.
A Volvo platform could underpin the radical new model from the British sports car maker.
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?