And without the LSS yettonyyoshi said:
...it needed the skill and experience of Lotus’s renowned chassis experts to preserve the wonderful balance and agility of the original.
I drove the Elise 111R on Norfolk byways and on the Lotus test track. In its price range, it is still the nearest thing to a race car that you can drive on the road and not much this side of an exotic supercar can match it on the track.
James A said:It's one thing for American journalist to say the USA Elise is great, or better or whatever, we don't know any better as we didn't have the original. But for the Times, and other British, puplications to say the Fed. Elise is better, that is encouraging. For once we are getting the best of what Europe has to offer instead of a watered down version.