Lotus revealed the new 2015 3-Eleven at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in England on Friday.
Kicking out 450 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque, this supercar accelerates 0-60 mph in less than 3.0 seconds. Lotus will be making a race and street model for purchase. The Race 3-Eleven, sporting an aerodynamic kit, tops out at 174 mph, while the Road model can reach 180 mph, . A supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine and a light and sharp body design round out Lotus' fastest and most expensive car date.
"We always say that to make a sports car better, you make it faster and lighter. The new Lotus 3-Eleven carries that philosophy to a new level and is perfectly in keeping with our brand values," said Jean-Marc Gales, chief executive officer for Group Lotus.
Only 311 units of the Lotus 3-Eleven will be produced, beginning in February 2016 with deliveries in April, . Lotus has not announced if the new model will be sold in the U.S., which explains why it has only released European pricing. The Race model tag is £115,200, equivalent to $128,660 in America, while the Road edition is £82,000, totaling $91,580 in the States, .