1995 Lotus Esprit Turbo S4S = Rare 1 of 145 for US Green $75 For Sale
Located in the USA... ((((((a Lotus Cortina coming soon and on request please ))))))
British Racing Green
2.2L 300HP turbo inline-4 cylinder
5 speed manual
- Last year for the 4 cylinder turbo, 1 of 145 imported to USA market...
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior: British Racing Green
Description Coming Soon.
Specs and history
The Lotus Esprit is a sports car that was built by Lotus Cars at their Hethel factory in the United Kingdom between 1976 and 2004. It was among the first of designer Giorgetto Giugiaro's polygonal "folded paper" designs
Lotus Esprit S1 (1976-1978)
Lotus Esprit S2 (1978-1981)
Lotus Esprit S3 (1981-1987)
Lotus Turbo Esprit (1981-1987)
Lotus Esprit Turbo (1987-1990
Lotus Esprit X180 (1987-1993)
Lotus Esprit S4 (1993-2004)
Lotus Esprit V8 (1996-2004)
1976–2004 (10,675 built)
Hethel, Norfolk, England
Body and chassis
Sports car (S)
Longitudinal, Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
5-speed manual (1976–2002)
6-speed manual (2003–2004)
S4 (1993) and derivatives
1995 Lotus Esprit S4s exfordy.jpg
Lotus Esprit S4 Sport
Lotus Esprit V8
Body and chassis
Lotus Esprit GT1
1,994 cc (121.7 cu in; 2.0 L) Type 920 turbocharged I4
2,174 cc (132.7 cu in; 2.2 L) Types 910 and 910S turbocharged I4
3,506 cc (213.9 cu in; 3.5 L) type 918 twin-turbocharged V8
2,438 mm (96.0 in) - 1993–2001
2,421 mm (95.3 in) - 2002–04
4,369 mm (172.0 in) - 1993–95 & 1999–2004
4,415 mm (173.8 in) - 1996–98
1,867 mm (73.5 in) - 1993–95 & 1999–2001
1,882 mm (74.1 in) - 1996–98 & 2002–04
1,151 mm (45.3 in)
1,300–1,338 kg (2,866–2,950 lb)
Another refresh of the car in 1993 penned by Julian Thomson resulted in the Series 4 (or S4). Exterior changes included a smaller rear spoiler placed halfway up the rear deck-lid, revised front and rear bumpers, side skirts and valence panels. New five-spoke alloy wheels were also fitted. New rectangular taillights were borrowed from the Toyota AE86. The S4's engine had the same power output as the SE at 268 PS (197 kW; 264 hp). The S4 was the first Esprit to use a power steering.
The S4 was succeeded in 1994 by the S4 Sport (S4s). The most obvious external change from the S4 was the addition of a rear wing from the Sport 300. The engine was still a 2.2 L 910-series, but with performance-enhancing modifications that included enlarged inlet ports, cylinder head modifications, a re-calibrated ECM and a revised turbocharger. Engine output rose to 305 PS (224 kW; 301 hp) and 393 N?m (290 lb?ft) of torque. Top speed was 270 km/h (168 mph), slalom speed 99.3 km/h (61.7 mph), lateral acceleration increased to 0.91g and 0-97 km/h took just 4.6 seconds.
1998 Lotus Esprit GT3
The last iteration of the four-cylinder Esprit was the GT3, a turbocharged, Chargecooled variant with the 2.0 L Type 920 which had previously been used only in Italian market cars. The GT3 was produced alongside the Esprit V8.
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