1966' Lotus Elan
This Elan Coupé was meticulously prepared without cost restrictions without cost restrictions by a highly accredited specialist.
Lotus/B.R.M. engine with dry sump pulling around 165 hp, Safety Devices rollcage, fire extinguisher, ATL fuel cell with FIA approval, Caterham bucket seat, Oreca safety harnesses, circuit breaker master switch, safety pin locks on the hood and boot, etc.
Set up with huge competitive potential in the H71 class. Ready to race.
The Lotus Elan was the first Lotus road car to use a steel backbone chassis and fiberglass bodywork, design typology that would be repeated in subsequent Lotus models for nearly three decades.
At approximately 680 kg, the Elan was designed according to a design philosophy than emphasis on the minimum possible weight, a characteristic of Colin Chapman design.
The Elan was technologically advanced, using a 1,558 cc DOHC engine, four-wheel disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, and four-wheel independent suspension.
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- 19 Februar 2021