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Lotus Elise 111R specs

Car type Convertible
Curb weight 896 kg (1975 lbs)
Power / weight 214 ps (211 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 201 Nm (148 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2004
Origin country United Kingdom
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Performance

Top speed 243 kph (151 mph)
0 - 100 kph 5.5 s
0 - 200 kph 27.6 s
0 - 100 mph 14.6 s
Est. 1/8 mile 9.2 s @ 83.3 mph
1/4 mile 14.0 s
Est. 1/2 mile 22.6 s @ 116.2 mph
1000 m 26.1 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph 22.0 s

More acceleration times

Lotus Elise 111R acceleration graph
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BDelise111R  8m ago

How do I add a lap times for the 111R at laguna Seca?


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BR2+  4y ago

I dont think Relibility is as bad as it used to be. People still buy them, But i think its more on how you take cars of your car rather then the companys reputation. I havens had a single problem with my SkyLine in the past 12 years, Its built like a fkn brick!


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Shaggy  4y ago

@ BR2+: You're right, a reputation sticks, especially a bad one.


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BR2+  4y ago

Still, Conception of there infamous reliability hasnt changed, If any at all, Truth be told its gotten alot better though.


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Shaggy  4y ago

@ BR2+: Lotus was using their own engines in the 80s.


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BR2+  4y ago

Lotus isnt exactly know foe its reliability..But then again, This isnt the 80s..


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Shaggy  4y ago

On the brighter side, having a Toyota engine, it should be reliable, so I would definitely have one.


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Shaggy  4y ago

I know that the Lotus Elise is the nimblest production car in the world, but $40,000 is a bit much for a car with less that 200 horsepower from a modified version of the engine found in a Toyota Corolla.


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BR2+  4y ago

Yes it is, I believe just the 111R and SC were available to you guys in Elise trim at the time. With a starting price of $40,780. You also got the Exige's to, But those are 20k more, And even more impractical.

0-60Mph 4.3s
0-100Mpm 11.9s
1/4 Mile 13.2@105.2Mph
Top Speed 148.7Mph.


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Viking  4y ago

This is the version available in the U.S. right? The one with the 2ZZ Toyota engine? If so, then this needs to have the lap time from the Car and Driver Lightning Lap at VIR. It is of course a Mid-Engine, not front engine car. I believe the 1/4 should be quicker as well. That isn't a problem though, as I am sure I can find the stats from the Car and Driver website and then add it. :)


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some say  6y ago

Engine location is at the front??? You m mean it's mid mounted !


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Anoniem  8y ago

Ik kan de specificaties van de Lotus Elise Sport 160 helemaal niet vinden!


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Andre  8y ago

I am afraid your figures are way wrong !!
This site must do something about the mistakes made on many car models not only on the elise 111R..


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J  8y ago

Believe I remember Autocar conducting a 0-100-0 test on this car. It ran 0-60 = 4.8 and 0-100 = 12.3. The stats you have are way off and make no sense!


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Anonymous  9y ago

0-60mph is 4.4 tested by C&driver, so 0-100kmh should be around 4.7 or so.


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Sparky  9y ago

The figures on this car are way off.

0-100 KMH is more like 5 secs
Engine location is Mid-engine


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Anonymous  10y ago

terrible performance stats for this car!!! i mean 14 seconds for the quarter mile??? but an excellent TsuKuba time! would it be alright fo me to give a link to better stats??


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Georg  10y ago

http://www.fastestlaps.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=850#850

the Oschersleben laptime source