Buyer's Guide

Lotus

From its inception in the 1940s, Lotus has focused exclusively on sports cars. It prioritizes simplicity and light weight over raw power, resulting in vehicles with superb handling. Although Lotus has always been a niche manufacturer, it's widely recognized among driving enthusiasts.

Most Expensive: The Lotus Evija is an all-electric hypercar that's poised to deliver stupendous performance. This battery-powered beast packs nearly 2,000 horsepower and offers customers deep customization options. How much for the privilege of Evija ownership? Over $2 million.

Most Fun to Drive: Lotus' sole production vehicle for U.S. customers is the Evora GT, which is available in a 2+2 seating layout—unusual for a mid-engine car. The Evora GT is an exciting sports car that aims to provide a visceral, unfiltered driving experience, with some semblance of practicality.

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