Perfect accessory for your Lotus Car! Or just treat yourself to one if you're a fan of Lotus. Full size golf style umbrella featuring the Lotus logo and an extremely eye catching inner lining in the iconic Lotus yellow colourway. The umbrella is also supplied with a protective sleeve.
A smart looking Lotus Metallic Silver pullsbag with the Lotus roundel printed in the Lotus green to the front. Featuring metal reinforced eyelets and a double pull cord for maximum strength. Approximate bag measures 31cm x 41cm
Perfect treat for yourself, or an ideal gift for anyone who loves a Lotus car and the wonderful history of the brand
Ideal gift, for yourself or a friend!
With one middle section to hold credit card/business cards, plus two outer sections, this delightful green leather cardholder is a perfect gift for the discerning gentleman. Dimensions of holder: 10.5cm x 7cm Supplied in a branded gift box
Beautiful leather belt featuring very subtle Lotus Cars branding
An essential accessory item which is perfect for holding keys, passes etc
An essential accessory to keep your keys, pass or ID safe and close to hand. Featuring a modern grey and lime green stripe down the lanyard to meet the bold Lotus engraved metal joiner with a mono GB flag and metal lobster claw clasp. Comes complete with a safety breakaway neck clasp which breaks away safely from around the neck when force is applied.
A stylish accessory for both men and women and a great item to use for any promotion or as a giveaway with a new Lotus car. This 3-layer silicon rubber keyring features a raised Lotus name to the front and back, an engraved mono GB flag to the metal toggle and an easy access with a twist action pull-out ring. Perfect to keep your keys safe and to hand.
Beautifully crafted in stunning green leather, with embossed Lotus branding. Size of tag itself is 10cm x 6cm Supplied gift boxed
This exclusive Lotus pen is in the classic Lotus green colour. The Lotus roundel is included on the rear barrel and the Lotus wordmark is stylishly placed on the silver band. The pen is presented in a gift box with a magnetic fastening and Lotus roundel stamped on the top of the box.
This Lotus metal pin badge featuring the outline of the iconic Lotus roundel with a carbon fibre background design. An ideal accessory for all true Lotus enthusiast as a giveaway or part of team uniform. Presented in a Lotus branded card with a mono silver finished GB flag inside. Approximate Pin size: 14mm
The Lotus 49 was a Formula One racing car designed for the 1967 F1 season. Inspiration for the sock design was Lotus's traditional British racing green with yellow center-stripe. Approved by Classic Team Lotus.80% Combed Cotton, 17% Polyamide, 3% Elastane.We use seamless knitting to create a sock with no stitches. Wash inside out (40ºC/100ºF max). Do not tumble dry, iron, bleach or dry clean.
IT'S SEVEN O'CLOCK. AND IT WAS ABOUT TIME! Imagine a lightweight, track-engineered, affordable car that you can even get as a DIY kit. Initially developed and sold by Lotus, the Caterham Seven has been around for quite some time, but its unparalleled combination of joy of driving, raw passion, nostalgia and petrol smell still make this cult car the track day choice of the common man. A toy for grown ups, a challenging, unfiltered, pure and sometimes terrifying driving experience, with the added shock of realizing when you first drive it, that you've likely never driven a proper race car before!* Socks sold fully assembled, not available as a kit. 80% Combed Cotton, 17% Polyamide, 3% Elastane.We use seamless knitting to create a sock with no stitches. Wash inside out (40ºC/100ºF max). Do not tumble dry, iron, bleach or dry clean.
Paddock legend is often made not by the most victorious cars, but by the most unforgettable. Driven by Senna and painted in bright yellow, the Lotus 99T certainly cuts the mustard.With the Classic Team Lotus seal of approval. 80% Combed Cotton, 17% Polyamide, 3% Elastane. We use seamless knitting to create a sock with no stitches. Wash inside out (40ºC/100ºF max). Do not tumble dry, iron, bleach or dry clean.
It was obvious that the 78 was something special though, as proved by Andretti and Gunnar Nilsson who won once in Belguim. When the car worked well it was almost uncatchable. Other teams started scrambling to design their own version for 1978. The problem they had was that they didn't know exactly what was so special about the car, as Chapman and other members of Lotus came up with any number of excuses to hide the real reason. That as well as the skirts, which hid any view of the underside of the car. The 78 was good enough to still be a winner in early 1978, with Andretti and Ronnie Petersen scoring a win each and another three pole positions before it was replaced by the Lotus 79, which was as far ahead of the 78 as the 78 had been ahead of the rest of the field in 1977.