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Lotus Elise old v new: Series 1 and Series 3

Have you changed much in 22 years? What was your mobile phone like in 1996? Was your TV 2cm thick yet large enough to block out the sun 22 years ago? Neither was mine. In 1996, to crack a 0–100km/h time in 4.7 seconds required something like a Ferrari F355, while these days a practical and affordable Ford hatchback is a tenth faster...

Targa Great Barrier Reef in a Lotus Elise

There is no sport more expensive than motorsport. Arguably, there is also no sport as thrilling as motorsport. Any human that has ever been in control of a car at its limits knows the joys and the sheer adrenaline that the experience brings. It’s an addictive activity, but for many it’s often done in a manner that is both illegal and rather dangerous...

Cars We Own: 2018 Lotus Elise Sport 220 introduction

Oh no, I bought another car. Thankfully, it's stupidly good.

We bought a Lotus and headed to Mount Panorama

There's one trait that all car enthusiasts have in common, and that is a deep passion for their chosen car brand. We recently attended the Lotus Drive Day – our first as new owners of a new Lotus Elise Sport 220 –  and here we got to see first-hand how passionate the Lotus community is at Australia's most iconic racetrack – Mount Panorama at Bathurst...

2018 Lotus Exige Sport 380 review

It's fast, light and rather loud. It's also the definition of a 'driver's car'...

Meet Jeff Morton: defying the odds to tackle the tarmac

Seven years ago, Jeff Morton didn't know if he would ever be able to race again, let alone win the Country Club GT Sports Trophy at Targa Tasmania in his 2017 Lotus Exige Sport 350. In 2010, Morton was diagnosed with brain cancer and was facing a long road to recovery after an operation to remove the tumour...

2017 Lotus Exige Sport 350 review

With the 2017 Lotus Exige Sport 350, the company has placed its hero on a strict diet. Now, after shedding 51kg, the Exige is more potent than ever. But how does all that weight loss play out on the road?

2017 Lotus Evora 400 Review

The best and most practical Lotus ever made, but does it justify a 200k price?

2016 Lotus Evora 400 Review: Quick Drive

The 2016 Lotus Evora 400 is lighter and more powerful than any version of the two-door sports car that has come before it. It's also better in pretty much every way.

2015 Lotus Elise S Review

No pretender. The 2015 Lotus Elise S Club Racer is strictly one for the hardcore fans...

2015 Lotus Exige S Review

Lotus goes automatic, but not for any good reason...