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The 2020 Lotus Evora GT has one big advantage over the Evija hypercar

The 2020 Lotus Evora GT has one big advantage over the Evija hypercar

No, the 2020 Lotus Evora GT may not be a futuristic EV like the Lotus Evija, but the new coupe from the British automaker does have one big advantage over its hypercar cousin. Revealed this week, the latest iteration of the punchy Evora is a whole lot more attainable than the Evija: indeed, it's only a twentieth of the price.

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This new Lotus Evija is the $2.15m blueprint for all-electric hypercars

This new Lotus Evija is the $2.15m blueprint for all-electric hypercars

Look out Tesla, the British are coming, and the Lotus Evija has some huge electric plans to be the most powerful production car in the world. Unveiled today, the angular Evija - pronounced "E-vi-ya" - is the automaker's first fully-EV sports car, with a targeted 2,000 PS, or 1,973 horsepower.

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Lotus wishes you a Merry Driftmas with sideways Evora fun

Lotus wishes you a Merry Driftmas with sideways Evora fun

Lotus has been cranking out sweet sports cars for decades now with rides like the Esprit and other iconic cars. With Christmas nearly upon us, Lotus has taken time away from making cars to make a cool video that wishes us all a "Merry Driftmas" as a sideways Evora delivers a Christmas tree.

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Lotus Exige Cup 430 Type 25 packs power and aero in a limited edition package

Lotus Exige Cup 430 Type 25 packs power and aero in a limited edition package

Lotus has unveiled a special edition of the Exige Cup 430 we talked about last November that is a very limited-edition model. The car is called the Exige Cup 430 Type 25 and it is meant to celebrate one of the most successful and influential F1 cars ever made. Only 25 units will be built in either green or white liveries.

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Lotus 3-Eleven 430 does 0-60 in 3.1 seconds, only 20 made

Lotus 3-Eleven 430 does 0-60 in 3.1 seconds, only 20 made

Lotus has unveiled what it calls the final evolution of the slick 3-Eleven. This version is called the 3-Eleven 430 and it has power bumped up to 430hp giving the lightweight car lots (and lots) of performance. Lotus says the car can hit 60mph from a standstill in 3.1 seconds on its way to a top speed of 180mph.

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Lotus plans two new sports cars and a SUV

Lotus plans two new sports cars and a SUV

Lotus has announced that it plans to expand its line of cars and to launch a new SUV offering in the coming years. The two new sports cars are set to land in 2020. That new Lotus SUV is expected to land a couple of years after the sports cars debut.

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Lotus Evora GT410 Sport hits 60 mph in 3.9-seconds

Lotus Evora GT410 Sport hits 60 mph in 3.9-seconds

Lotus has unveiled a new car that will be making its way to the US. The car is called the Lotus Evora GT410 Sport. The car is offered in a two-seater configuration or a 2+2 and can be had with an automatic or manual transmission. The car draws from the Evora GT430 with advanced aero.

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Lotus Exige Cup 430: Unlimited Edition Packs 430hp in 2,328lb package

Lotus Exige Cup 430: Unlimited Edition Packs 430hp in 2,328lb package

Lotus has rolled out a new Exige Cup 430 and it is easily the most extreme version of the Exige ever produced. The car tips the scales at 1,056kg or about 2,328 pounds. It packs in a 430hp engine making 440Nm or about 324 lb-ft of torque.

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Lotus patent applications shows off coming SUV

Lotus patent applications shows off coming SUV

The SUV market is booming today to the detriment of car sales. Just about everyone prefers SUVs over a car to the point that some companies who have traditionally not offered an SUV are jumping into the market with both feet. Think Porsche Cayenne and Macan, Jaguar E-Pace, and even the Bentley Bentayga. Another storied sports car maker with the famous mantra of "Simplify and add lightness" is set to enter the SUV game.

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Lotus Elise Cup 260 is limited to 30 examples globally

Lotus Elise Cup 260 is limited to 30 examples globally

Lotus has unveiled a new version of the slick little Elsie sports car dubbed the Lotus Elise Cup 260. Lotus says that the Elise Cup 260 is the "standard for outright track pace and low lap times." The car features a laurel wreath decal on the left buttress and has the Union Jack on both rear wing end-plates. The gold hue you see the car swathed in here is an option and is called Championship Gold.

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Lotus Evora GT430 Sport ditches the GT430 aero for a cleaner look

Lotus Evora GT430 Sport ditches the GT430 aero for a cleaner look

Lotus pulled the wraps off the standard Evora GT430 a while back and while the car was dead sexy and the fastet Lotus street car ever made, but its aero bits were a bit much for some people. Lotus has now unveiled the Evora GT430 Sport that shares the same engine and chassis but ditches the downforce-generating aerodynamic elements of the original car.

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Lotus Elise Sprint goes back to lightweight basics

Lotus Elise Sprint goes back to lightweight basics

Lotus was always a proponent of the "simplify, then add lightness" school of car design, preferring to focus on weight rather than just shoehorn in more power. Still, though the British automaker was more removed than most from the trends of the car industry, the Elise gradually became better equipped and, as a result, heavier. Now, there's a new Elise Sprint edition, which takes Lotus right back to founding principles.

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