Lotus Evora review

Debuting for model-year 2010, the evocative Lotus Evora was the British automaker’s first all-new model in nearly 15 years. Unlike the diminutive go-kart-like Elise, the Evora is a larger and more “user friendly” sports car that’s accommodating enough to be used as a daily driver. Keep Reading

Lotus Elise review

Hitting U.S. shores as a 2005 model after being sold for years in Europe, the mid-engine Lotus Elise roadster is a quick and nimble, albeit truly tiny, sports car that can out-run many costlier competitors at what is a reasonable price. It replaced the since-defunct Esprit in the automaker’s North American lineup. Keep Reading

Lexus LFA review

Lexus’ long-awaited supercar, the LFA, has been making the rounds in the auto show circuit for several years in various concept and prototype versions and it finally arrived during calendar year 2011 as a 2012 model. Keep Reading

Lamborghini Gallardo review

Originally launched in 2003, the low-slung two-seat Lamborghini Gallardo is the brand’s “entry level” sports car, though it’s difficult to consider any vehicle that starts at close to $200,000 as being entry level. Keep Reading

Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 review

New Lamborghinis don’t come along often, thus it was with great fanfare that the noted Italian exotic sports car maker unveiled its long-awaited replacement for the decade-old Murcielago at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. Keep Reading