Can you buy a Lotus Elise in the US?
The Lotus Elise import ban has been lifted in the U.S., but it is still illegal in the country. You can drive it on a track but not on the road. So, it only works if you are looking for a track-oriented racecar. Otherwise, American-made cars should be your preference.
Will Lotus Elise return to us?
According to an article in Automotive News, Lotus will bring the Elise to America no sooner that 2020. Lotus will reintroduce the two-seat Elise sports car in the U.S. after the company brings out the next generation of the car in 2020, the company’s CEO said.
Is the Lotus Elise rare?
RELATED: Can You Daily Drive A Lotus Elise? Because the cars are rare and limited, they have held their value pretty well, and this also helps them hold their ground once they’ve been rebuilt.
Are Lotus cars sold in the US?
Lotus imports all of its cars for the US market from its factory in Hethel, UK. Also find Lotus sales in Europe. Unfortunately, Lotus does not specify its US sales by model. The brand’s line-up in 2015 consists of the Elise, Exige and Evora.
What do you need to know about Lotus Cars?
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When does the Lotus Ltd wall calendar come out?
Announcing the Lotus Ltd. 2021 Wall Calendar! Are you looking for that perfect holiday gift for your Lotus girl or guy? Do you have an empty space on the wall in your office or garage? If you do, look no further, do we have a deal for you! Our Lotus Ltd. calendar… Have you seen the updated LOG40 Information yet?
Why did I not bring my Lotus to log 39?
Three Elan’s, two yellow Europa’s, one Cortina and one Elise on a road trip to LOG39! Why I Didn’t Bring My Lotus to LOG 39 by Chris Pohl Okay, this year’s story is my most embarrassing yet, so I’ll do my best.