It’s a sure sign of Spring when four legendary marques roll out their new supercars. Here’s what to look as the flowers begin to bloom: Maserati’s MC20, Porsche’s 911 Turbo S, the Lotus Eletra (“the world’s first hyper SUV EV), and Ferrari’s Purosangue. Get all the details here.
The new Lotus Emira – the marque’s last gas powered sports car – takes dead aim at Porsche’s 718 Cayman series. Lotus’ goal is to broaden its customer base, and anticipates a global market for 4,500 Emiras a year…a huge leap over the carmaker’s previous production figures.
The F355 was Ferrari’s successful response to the next-to-last ranking of its F348 predecessor in a five-way Car and Driver comparison. This 1995 F355, with only 900 miles, is offered by Bonhams at its Scottsdale auction, with a pre-sale estimate of $130k – $160k.
Premier is proud to announce its exclusive partnership with Lotus Cars USA. For the first time, this provides a factory-sponsored program that allows Americans to lease the 2020 Lotus Evora GT, which Car & Driver magazine has described as a “special machine for the hard core” car enthusiast.
Sir Stirling Moss was one of the sport’s greatest competitors. Moss won over 40% of the races he competed in, totaling a winning number of 212 races. He won the 1955 Mille Miglie and many races in Formula 1, all before the age of 32.
Geely, the Chinese company that owns Volvo, is adding Lotus to its portfolio, as well, taking a 51 percent share. Amongst this, Lotus Evora 400 and 410 Sport models keep the flame burning quite brightly. This $93,000 machine is definitely worth the price.