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Visit Hethel and Watch Lotus Production- from the Comfort of Your Home or from the Factory Floor

Ever wondered how a Lotus is made? Check it out-

Purchasing a Lotus is purchasing the highest-quality handcrafted car. Lotus only uses one robot, which cuts composite components like carbon fiber parts. The brand only uses one computer-controlled jig, for bonding sills to bodywork accurately. Everything else is done by hand.

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Lotus Christens new Track with an Exciting Event

Lotus Cars has had their headquarters in the small village of Hethel in Norfolk, England since 1966, setting up shop that year in the old Royal Air Force station.  It was here that all their historical models and race cars were manufactured and tested, and this continues even today.

Last month was full of excitement for Lotus, as the revised and restored test track in Hethel, was unveiled during a sensational event.

On the forefront...

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