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Andy Downes  says:

Lotus to make 200bhp motorcycle

Iconic British sportscar brand Lotus is gearing up to build a 200bhp motorcycle which will use Formula One technology and will be built by a car racing team Kodewa and designed by the man who designed the Tron Lightcycle. Details are sketchy right now but there is a single image of a carbon-fibre fuel tank which has been released along with...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (21 June 2013 17:27)

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Jan 11

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snev says:


So.... what are we talking here...200bhp for the masses...@ £12000 or a few Mega rich toys....?

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Sep 07

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James600zx says:


Too many words, not enough pictures.

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Sep 10

Posts: 31


LOTUS ... Casting a lot of old ashes in all directions from a knackered old phoenix that was warm in the 80's ...

But respect to Colin Chapman for the design and engineering in the four wheeled world!!!


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Aug 02

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spondonste says:

Good luck but....

Good luck to Lotus but car manufacturers have utterly failed to developed or style respectable motorcycles, even when utilising F1 development. Motorcycles absolutely must have a decent spread of power and torque whereas car manufacturers strive only for peak power. This means that car manufacturer developed motorcycles are overly peaky with poor engine characteristics for motorcycle. Car stylist have also made some of the most horrendous looking bikes. Pinafarina styled morbedelli, Ferrari bikes, Lamborghini bikes etc are all hit repeatedly with the pig ugly stick before being shown to the public. The tank image doesn't fill me with lots of enthusiasm for an attractive looking bike.

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Aug 02

Posts: 63

GuyGraham says:

Not again!!!

not another car manufacturer who think they can design and build a superbike

Doomed before it even gets off the CAD screen

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Sep 09

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Rogerborg says:

200bph? Public road?

Rowan Atkinson is currently picking the tree that he'll stack his into.

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Nov 12

Posts: 11

JackSwatman says:


I actually think Lotus have a better shot at making a decent bike than most other car manufacturers, they understand the importance of low weight and most of their cars expose their user to the elements much like a bike, plus they're british so hopefully they'll try to take inspiration from fellow brit manufacturers like Norton and Triumph. Don't know 'em before you've even seen the product, all we know so far is that its going to be powerful as f*** and it more than likely to be rusty and broken within it's first ride due to it being a British manufacturer; oh well I'm just looking forward to seeing the final product.

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Jul 05

Posts: 238

pogo_it says:

Lots Of Trouble Usually Serious?! I sincerely hope they do a good job, but fear that if they do it is likely t obe a toy for the super rich (or at least those a damn sight betterb off than me)

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Jan 11

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snev says:



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Jan 11

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yzrm1 says:


can't wait too see it.!

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