Lotus cars are made, and the company is based, in England.
The United Kingdom.
Lotus Cars was created in 1952.
The company is based at Hethel, Norfolk, England
Lotus cars are made in England.
The Lotus Exige is a sports car that features only two seats. It is made and manufactured by Lotus Cars in the year 2000. It is very similar to the Lotus Elise.
Lotus Cars is a British manufacturer of sports and racing cars based at Hethel, Norfolk, England.
Britain makes the car, and in 2001 they made more cars then they ever did!
No. Lotus is a British based manufacturer of sports and racing cars.
Lotus cars are very good and are recognized most because of their lightweight design and easy maneuverability and downforce.
Great Cars - 2003 Lotus was released on: USA: 2 May 2005
You can locate images of the Lotus Elite cars on the internet. You can also find pictures and information about them in books or magazines that specialize in cars.
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Lotus Engineering Ltd. was established by Colin Chapman and Colin Dare in 1952. The company designs and builds racing cars and standard cars with great handling that are lightweight.
Some of the light weight cars in granturismo 5 are the lotus Elise. There are different versions of the lotus Elise in the game.
The Lotus Elan is a convertible car produced by Lotus Cars. The first year it was produced was in 1962. The Lotus Elan then stopped production in 1975 and continued in 1989.
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yes very much so
There are different made; F1 cars are made by Ferrari, Renault, Mercedes, etc Some other teams have like tweak up engine, like the Cosworth engine for teams; HRT, Williams, Lotus.
The Lotus Elise was launched in 1996 featuring rear wheel drive. The aluminum chassis made the car very light weight and allowed the car to reach speeds of 150mph.
There are many places you can look for Used Lotus Elise cars. In both the United States and the United Kingdom you can find this car listed on Auto Trader.
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