Hey Mike! Welcome to Lotus Talk!Hi! My name is Mike and I just ordered a 2020 Evora GT. I am 74 years old and this will be my fourth Lotus (an Elan +2 and two Europas, one of which I have owned since 1981!), so I am well aware of the reliability and idiosyncrasies of cars built in Hethel. I traded in a 2015 C7 Corvette for the Evora so it will have to pick up the role of long distance multi-day traveler previously filled by the 'Vette. Thanks for accepting me into the forum and I look forward to participating.
Welcome to LT! The wait will be worth it!Hi I’m from Tokyo.
I recently bought a 1.6L naturally aspirated 2013 Elise ClubRacer.
I’m new to this lotus family.
owning one of a lotus habeen my dream ever since I moved to UK when I was 12 y.o.
It’s definitely one of my dream come true so really looking forward to taking my Elise to tracks and mountain roads.
My previous car was a Honda S660.
Seems like this really got me into the lightweight small car thing...
I do not have the elise in my hand yet until mid-september 2020.
Welcome to LT. Both BWR and Inokintics have hubs much better price than OEMHey all, Chris here from Rochester, Michigan. After building/restoring all types of cars, I decided to buy a 2007 Exige and just have fun with it. As luck would have it, all used cars need something and this one needs 4 new hubs, replacement carpet retainers, and maybe some work to the A/C. To really get to know the car, I picked it up in Phoenix and drove it back to Michigan. 40 hours behind the wheel of an Exige is right up there with endurance racing, especially when the rear hubs want to do the steering!
This shot is from Very Large Array, New Mexico (that's the name on the map!) right before we headed north to Pike's Peak.
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