Ultra-rare Lotus with hard-core suspension and supercharged four-pot screamer is just for Oz
The mid-engined Lotus Elise has been doing the rounds for what seems like eons, but this latest model suggests it’s still got a bit of ticker left.
Behold the Lotus Elise Cup 250 Bathurst Edition, which is only available in Australia and features special Monaco White paintwork, carbon-fibre race seats, a red interior colour pack, Bathurst Cup 250 stickers, black forged alloy wheels and a free track-day at Bathurst.
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