Lotus Esprit Concept 1972 posters

Lotus Esprit Concept

The Lotus Esprit was a sports car manufactured by Lotus in the United Kingdom from 1976 all the way to 2004. This vehicle originated from a silver Italdesign concept that debuted at the Turin Motor Show in 1972, which was an upgraded version of the stretched Lotus Europa chassis. This concept was created by designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and was quite distinct with its polygonal "folded paper" designs. Initially, this car was going to be called the Kiwi, but Lotus decided to go with the naming format of 'E...' and thus it became the Esprit.

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