I'll bet there are some beautiful roads to drive that on in BC.
There are all kinds of great curves to chase in this part of the province.
It's a Lotus Exige, probably an S (and guessing at 2008-2011 because of the bonnet/hood layout). It has 240 bhp and can do 0-60 in around 4.0 secs (the newer versions have around 264 and do it in 3.88).Call me old fashioned if you will, but i still like the original Elan (or an Esprit if I was in a hurry).But yellow?
I like the look of the Lotus Esprit myself. I would not pick yellow either. I love the comments I receive. You never know what someone will comment on.
Full disclosure, I normally only lurk to feel jealous at (you 'colonials' and) your road-trips (blame Angel for linking you), Oh OK and to be edjumacated too.That and having owned a … er, 'number' of Lotus' over the years prompted a comment (I'm a Morgan driver at the moment – now don't you just wish you could do the trips in a 4+4? In BRG of course. With the obligatory sheepskin flying jacket and silk scarf you too could feel a bit … Mr. Toadish).Here, I found you one, now all you need is the car:https://www.silvermans.co.uk/tabid/62/MILITARY/LEATHER+JACKETS/RAF+WW2+SHEEPSKIN+FLYING+JKT/0/SKU/4-190-11471-1593/Default.aspx
Quit lurking and send me an email address. It makes it easier to reply and I like corresponding with people. My email address is posted on the site and on my profile. Toad was the more interesting character. I read the book dozens of times. You are right. I do wish I could experience a trip or two in one of those. It is rare to see British vehicles here other than the Land Rover or Range Rover. Thanks for the link. I might be shopping.