Lotus has been teasing us for a little while, but has today revealed its new hypercar, Evija. The brand, from Norfolk, UK, unveiled the car’s name at the Goodwood Festival… Read More »
When it comes to car companies with a turbulent past, there’s nothing quite like Lotus. It’s been dead more times than we care to remember and revived just as often.… Read More »
There’s few requested content items quite like it. Other than perhaps a premium Mk4 Supra (which Polyphony Digital delivered over a year ago), there’s nothing the fans want to see… Read More »
If there’s a better way to get into the festive spirit than to attach a Christmas tree to a $140,000 sports car and take it drifting, we don’t know what… Read More »
While the Wednesday Want typically revolves around cars, for this week’s edition we are mixing it up a bit. Instead of the traditional four (or six) wheel creations, this time… Read More »
We’re back with another round of test drives from the most recent car pack for Forza Motorsport 7. This time around, we’ve got two quick race cars, and one … less… Read More »
If you’re a fan of fast cars, it’s been quite the week for you. First Hennessey announced that it was going to make the world’s fastest production car…
Lotus gave the motoring world its first look at its more powerful road car to date yesterday. Called the Evora GT430, the new trim takes Lotus’ pretty mid-engined sports car… Read More »
We’re taking four of Assetto Corsa’s newest vehicles out for a test drive on PC: the McLaren 570S, Lotus 3-Eleven, Toyota Celica, and Audi TT Cup.
Legendary British sports car maker is now owned by Chinese automotive giant Zhejiang Geely.
The newest expansion now available for Project CARS is all about reliving historic events with classic Lotus racers.