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Lotus Cortina 1965 – 1966 Wiring Diagram

132.7kb

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Lotus Cortina MK 2 1967- 1968 Electrical Wiring Diagram

124.7kb

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Lotus Elan 1990 Service Manual

24.6Mb

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Lotus Elan.Electrical Sections. Wiring Diagram

3.8Mb

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Lotus Eleven 2004 Service Manual

12.3Mb

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Lotus Eleven 2007 Service Manual

1.5Mb

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Lotus Elise 2004 Service Manual

12.3Mb

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Lotus Elise 2004 Service Notes

14.8Mb

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Lotus Elise Owner Manual 2005

4.3Mb

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Lotus Elise s1 parts manual

12.3Mb

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Lotus Elise Service Manual

74Mb

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Lotus Esprit 1980-1987 Service Manual

36.3Mb

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Lotus Europa S1B wiring diagram

266.9kb

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Lotus Europa TC TCS Electrical

948kb

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Lotus Europa Twin Cam Competition Manual

1.9Mb

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Lotus Europa Twin Cam engine wiring diagram

132.3kb

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Lotus Evora Service Manual

10Mb

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Lotus Exige 2004 Service Manual

12.3Mb

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Lotus Exige 2004 Service Notes

14.8Mb

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Lotus Exige Parts List

8.5Mb

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Lotus Exige Service Manual

2.1Mb

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Parts catalog Lotus Elise, Exige 2004

4.7Mb

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Parts catalog Lotus Exige S

9Mb

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Spare parts catalog Lotus Elise

14.3Mb

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HISTORY:

Lotus Cars is a British manufacturer of sports and racing cars, based in Hethel, Norfolk, England.
The company was founded as Lotus Engineering Ltd in 1952, by engineer Colin Chapman. In 1954 the company split up, with the emergence of Team Lotus, which would then actively participate in Formula 1 racing. The Lotus Group was formed in 1959 and comprised Lotus Cars Limited and Lotus Components Limited. While the first was focused on street cars, the second produced racing cars. In 1971 Lotus Components Limited became Lotus Racing Limited but the company was closed down in the same year.

In 1986, the company was purchased by General Motors. On August 27, 1993, it was sold for £ 30 million to A.C.B.N. Holdings S.A. de Luxembourg, a company controlled by the Italian Romano Artioli, owner of Bugatti Automobili SpA. In 1996 most of the company was sold to the Malaysian company Proton. In 2017, Chinese company Geely acquired Lotus Cars.

 

 

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