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Elise
LOTUS ELISE
Vehicles
5
Bodytype
Convertible
Business£533.21per month ex. VAT
Personal£639.85per month inc. VAT
Exige Coupe
LOTUS EXIGE COUPE
Vehicles
4
Bodytype
Coupe
Business£765.28per month ex. VAT
Personal£918.34per month inc. VAT
Exige Roadster
LOTUS EXIGE ROADSTER
Vehicles
2
Bodytype
Convertible
Business£780.31per month ex. VAT
Personal£936.37per month inc. VAT
Evora
LOTUS EVORA
Vehicles
14
Bodytype
Coupe
BusinessPOAper month ex. VAT
PersonalPOAper month inc. VAT

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Why lease a Lotus?


Lotus's founder, Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman, studied structural engineering at University and built his first trials racing car at his girlfriends parents lock-up in 1948. Using his early skills he crafted the 1930s Austin Seven-based special into what later became known as the Mark 1 Lotus. After serving in the RAF and joining the British Aluminium company he became more obsessed with motorsport which provided a compelling focus for the company.


In 1954 Team Lotus was set up and almost overnight became a success on the racing scene with Chapman's tendency to find loopholes in the regulations and innovating in design.


So what's new this year?


The latest model of the Evora - the 410 - has been produced claiming some unbelievable statistics such as 0-60mph in 4 seconds flat, 410bhp with a weight of just 1325kgs meaning it can get up to 186mph top speed. They have lowered the centre of gravity and kerb weight has been slashed to achieve 309bhp per tonne, which is incredible. In addition to boosting straightline speed, the significant reduction in mass has allowed sharper, more afile and intuitive handling with even greater accurac and feel. there is a higher-output version of the supercharged 3.5-litre 6-cylinder engine developed through the Lotus 3-eleven project which has beaten Nurburgring records. Yikes!


Reasons to lease a Lotus


We don't need to try and sell you a Lotus car because they simply sell themselves with specifications alone. The range comprises of remarkably good-looking little racing cars which perform extremely well on-track and off it, bringing lightweight speed and agility. By no means are these cars suitable for families, unless you have more than one car on your drive and they won't fit your weekly shop in, you'll be lucky to get one bag on the passenger seat. But that's not why you buy or lease them. They'd be great Business leasing cars as they turn heads but also look smart, and they would be cool as an everyday use car too.

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