2007 Lotus 2-Eleven


The Lotus 2-Eleven is aimed at the true track day enthusiast, taking Colin Chapman’s philosophy of “Performance Through Light Weight” to its most extreme level yet. Weighing in at just 670 kg (1,477 lbs) – dry weight with base specification – 745 kg (1639 lbs) kerb weight, fully loaded and with 255 PS (252 bhp / 188 kW) on tap courtesy of its supercharged and intercooled 1796 cc engine, the Lotus 2-Eleven boasts a power to weight ratio similar to that of a 1960’s Formula One car.

Designed with the most serious of track day enthusiasts in mind, the Lotus 2-Eleven offers race car levels of performance coupled with legendary Lotus Ride and Handling to deliver a truly outstanding track day car. Said Mike Kimberley, Chief Executive Officer for Group Lotus plc: “The Lotus 2-Eleven takes our core brand values to the extreme. It is the ultimate track day vehicle – not only phenomenally quick, but also very user-friendly. In short, the Lotus 2-Eleven delivers everything that the modern track day warrior and clubman racer demands, and more.”

Source: Lotus Press Release

Engine: 1.8L I4 Supercharged
Weight: 745 kg / 1,639 lbs
Power: 188 kW / 252 hp / 256 PS
0-100 kph: 3.9 seconds
Torque: 242 Nm / 179 lb-ft
Top Speed: 250 kph / 155 mph


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