The Lotus 211 is an exotic transverse-mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports car produced by the British car manufacturer Lotus from 2008 to 2011 in Norfolk, UK. This track-day beast runs with a 1.8L supercharged 2ZZ-GE I4 engine producing a maximum horsepower of 255 Ps at 8000 Rpm and a torque of 242 Nm at 7000 Rpm, coupled with a 6-speed manual transmission. Its top registered speed is 150 Mph, and it explodes from 0-60 Mph in a breathtaking time of 3.8 seconds, an impressive number for a 1477 Lb vehicle. The current market value for a Lotus 211 is around 47,000 dollars, and it's completely worth it, considering its outstanding speed and sporting-futuristic looks.
The Lotus 211 is an absolute head-turner with a unique style that sets it apart from the regular stuff we're used to seeing out on the road. The mere fact that it has no roof, no doors, or windows, makes it an edgy vehicle that is not street-legal. It has an aluminum chassis floating over an overhauled suspension system using Yokohama tires, 195/50 R16 upfront and 225/45 R17 on the rear. The braking system uses discs with w/aluminum alloy Ap racing ABS on the front wheels and Brembo single sliding piston calipers on the back. The possibilities are endless with this Lotus 211, a perfect match for those adventurous racers willing to try different things on the racetrack.