The first Lotus Esprit was made in 1976 and the model remained in production until 2004. Many variants and revisions were introduced throughout the years. The 1990 Lotus Esprit featured a newly redesigned body by Peter Stevens, with rounder shapes than the original Giorgetto Giugiaro models, although not shifting too far from the previous cars. The first redesigned models were introduced in 1987 and were powered by the same turbocharged, 4-cylinder, 2.2-liter, Type 910 engine than the previous model. In 1989, a Renault transaxle was introduced to replace the Citroen unit used so far, and exhaust and turbocharger changes increased the car’s horsepower to 228. An Esprit Turbo SE was added to the line in 1989 with a charge cooler that helped boost the horsepower up to 264and 280 intermittently.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is a great place to start your research when looking for a 1990 Lotus Esprit. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership features a large inventory of classics for sale. Moreover, the team has many years of experience in the classic car industry and acquired an extensive knowledge of the market. They can tell you what recently sold and at what price, to help you define your budget. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is also known for sharing great tips and advice to help you with the research and purchase experiences. One thing to keep in mind when buying a 1990 Lotus Esprit is that service can be very onerous and finding a good classic Lotus technician isn’t an easy task. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to share their contacts of certified classic Lotus mechanics in the country and give you an idea about the budget for servicing a 1990 Lotus Esprit.
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