As I mentioed to you before, I have first hand knowledge of LCU intrest and endevor to create such a program. The biggest hurdle is/was the insurance issue and that Lotus was not able to offer the kind of delivery programs that larger companies like Porsche, BMW and Mercedes offer. The program is definitely being workd on but with no offical word at LA, chances are it may not be available until later in the 2005 modle year.
Man, right hand drive in the UK is difficult enough, left hand drive in the UK??? Of course Lotus should look at this as a way to sell more cars after half of them get crashed within a few miles of Hethel
Unless they have changed their policy, you cannot pick up your car from the Hethel factory because they do not sell cars privately. You have to order your car and pick it up from a dealer. I tried to do this with my car (I was living in Singapore at the time) and the best I could do was order and pick up my car from Bell & Colvill (18 month wait list in those days !), and then drive directly to Hethel where I had arranged a special one on one factory tour because the only day I was free was not an official "tour" day. And you cannot take a photo of your car at Hethel - No cameras allowed !!
I'm looking at buying a 2020 Lotus Evora GT. This is my first high-end car purchase and I was wondering what kind of discount under MSRP folks usually get when buying in this range. Also, does it matter if the car is a custom order?
New member here and long time reader, first time poster. I’ve been a huge fan of lotus for as long as I can remember and have always wanted a get my hands on an Exige S. The opportunity came up several years ago at a local dealership, but the car sold over a weekend I was on...
Hi All, has anyone purchased the new 400's recently? Seems like the remaining 2017's are going for about a 10% discount? One dealer I talked to in NY said they will sell at $90K for a $100k MSRP car and one other said $7k discount. I am trying to gauge if that's where the market is since I am...