Long before GM's slightly inexplicable purchase of Lotus way back in the 1980s, Lotus Engineering had been helping carmakers improve their offerings. The company's projects have included the Lotus Talbot Sunbeam rally car, the DeLorean DMC-12, the legendary Lotus Carlton and the Aston Martin DB9. In all its endeavours, Lotus continues to define itself by founder Colin Chapman's 'just add lightness' mantra.
Posted on 05.28.2009 09:00 by Terence KeonFiled under: Lotus | sports cars | lotus espritThe English sports car maker Lotus has a history of using Toyota power plants in their light weight, high performance machines. Just like the E... Read Post
Lotus is known for making small, fast cars with Toyota engines, but the company's engineering department gets into all sorts of projects, with the Lotus Concept Ice Vehicle (CIV) being one of the more novel. The CIV is designed to c... Read Post