Lotus Elise Classic Heritage Editions inspired by old race liveries

The fourth new Elise, finished in blue and white, pays tribute to the 1960 Type 18, which became the first Lotus to achieve an F1 pole and victory. That means the Classic Heritage Editions will get a DAB digital radio, air conditioning and cruise control. Detailing on the door, gear selector surround and dashboard will also pick out key colours in the livery. In total, Lotus says the Classic Heritage Editions get options worth almost £12,000, but all 100 cars will cost £46,250 (or €47,848 for European customers). “What better way to celebrate than by bringing these two pillars of our brand together, launching four newClassic Heritage cars which fans will instantly recognise?”