Rejoice, The Lotus Evora Will Return To America In 2016

Beleaguered British sports car manufacturer Lotus is down, but they want to make it clear they are not out yet. The company has issued a statement to hit the brakes on reports that the Lotus Evora, their last street legal car, will bow out of the U.S. forever next year. It's actually just taking a one year break. » 9/23/14 3:53pm 9/23/14 3:53pm

Caterham, Lotus, or Dyson Racing?

Colin Chapman was doing the Lord's work when he crafted the brilliant Lotus Seven. Some 57 years later, there are all manner of interpretations of the man's ethos. We took three of the best, the Caterham 7 S3, the Lotus Exige V6 Cup, and the Dyson Racing Caterham SP/300.R to Sonoma Raceway, threw Jack Baruth the keys… » 9/18/14 3:14pm 9/18/14 3:14pm

Lotus Formula 1 PR Guy Says He Was Fired For 'Supporting Gay Athletes'

Back in February, the Lotus F1 team's often irreverent Twitter account shot out a tweet pronouncing its support of gay athletes at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The tweet was deleted, and Lotus apologized for the "unauthorised" tweet. Now its former brand director is saying he was fired for it. » 6/15/14 4:46pm 6/15/14 4:46pm

Getting In And Out Of A Lotus Is A Lot Harder Than You Think

You may think we're joking when we talk about how hard it is to get in and out of small, mid-engine, two-seater sports cars with high window sills. The truth of the matter is, it really is pretty much impossible without an amputation along the way. And it's usually a head that has to come off. » 4/27/14 3:38pm 4/27/14 3:38pm

The lightest, simplest Lotus ever

Think back about a month or so, and you might recall the C-01, Lotus's striking superbike. No, it's not a true Lotus; the company just licensed its name and a handful of brand caché to a collaboration between German motorsport firms Kodewa and the Holzer Group. That's not to detract from the bike; it's a beautiful… » 4/24/14 4:32pm 4/24/14 4:32pm