First introduced in the early 1960s, the Lotus Elan model was initially offered in a coupe and convertible two-seater. In 1967, a Plus 2 model was introduced, with a longer chassis, a higher roofline, and two additional seats in the back. The Elan model evolved throughout the years, in four seriesS1, S1, S3 and S4 and the last model called the Spirit. The coupe and convertible two-seater models were discontinued in 1973 and the Lotus Elan Plus 2 remain in production until 1975. The 1974 Lotus Elan Plus 2 was quite modern. Inside, the car featured powered windows, a full wood-grain dashboard and few gauges and knobs. The car was powered by a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine with Weber carburetors, linked to a four-speed gearboxor five-speed gearbox on option.
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