Lotus 3-Eleven to be the brand’s fastest car
Lotus 3-Eleven is said to be the brand’s fastest vehicle to date as well as the most expensive. If you’re a fan of speed you are definitely going to love the new Lotus 3-Eleven. Having made an appearance at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the vehicle quickly became a favourite among Lotus enthusiasts.
The Lotus 3-Eleven will be available in two different versions – road and race.
Although speed has always played a big part in the industry, it remains a hot and controversial topic. Millions of devoted car enthusiasts around the world are fascinated with speed and enjoy looking at and driving extremely fast vehicles.
Some argue however, that fast cars are unsafe and unnecessary. They often attract people who can be quite irresponsible, which perhaps is the reason they have such a bad reputation.
This isn’t going to stop fast car enthusiasts from admiring extreme cars, which have been around for a very long time.
Lotus 3-Eleven is a great example of a fantastic vehicle that’s all about speed. It’s not attempting to disguise itself as something that it’s not, which is refreshing.
Due to the ever-growing demand, Lotus is having to step up its game and ramp up production. Currently around 45 vehicles a week are manufactured at the company’s Hethel factory however reportedly the number is going to increase to 70 cars a week by September.
If you’d like to get your hands on the Lotus 3-Eleven, it’s definitely going to cost you. The vehicle is expected to cost between £82,500 and £116,500, depending on which version you choose to go with. The super-rich will probably spend that much without hesitating however most of us will never be able to afford that.
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- Published On : 3 years ago on January 15, 2016
- Author By : James
- Last Updated : June 2, 2017 @ 3:21 pm
- In The Categories Of : Sport
- Tagged With : 3-Eleven, Lotus