Introduced in 1974, the Lotus Eclat was an agile front-engine grand tourer produced until 1982. The Eclat succeeded to the Elite and was similar in many points. One of the major differences was the more spacious interior induced by a fastback rear end design. The 1981 Lotus Eclat was the second series, which boasted improved suspension, Getrag five-speed gearbox and a bigger engine increasing the torque. Thanks to its clever steel chassis and fiberglass fabrication, the Lotus Eclat was very light and its 160 hp gave the car a very enjoyable driving experience. Lotus was also known for being at the cutting edge in terms of aerodynamics and handling. The last generation of Lotus Eclat offered more comfort and practical options including air conditioning and power steering.
The Lotus Eclat was a wonderful sports car, offering trunk space, four seats, and a thrilling driving experience. However, the timing of the model wasn’t right and the car wasn’t produced in big numbers. Finding a good example of 1981 Lotus Eclat for sale can be a real hassle. The Beverly Hills Car Club can help. The team has many years of experience in the classic car industry and they are aware of the current market situation in terms of availabilities and values. Moreover, their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large and growing inventory of classics. If you’re looking for a special example of 1981 Lotus Eclat, their showroom is a great place to start your research. The team is also in contact with sellers worldwide and will go the extra mile to help you find the classic Lotus of your dreams.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today if you have questions about the Lotus Eclat model, or any other classic cars. The friendly staff will be delighted to answer you and guide you through the research and purchasing process by providing you with useful tips and advice. Connect today to get started!
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