The most obvious thing is the word Lotus - of course...Then there are some letters on top of each other, ACBC, these are the initials of the company's founder, Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman.
The Lotus legend started in 1947 when talented engineer Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman took to building 750 specials. Public demand for replicas led to the forming of Lotus Engineering in 1952 and, a few years later, the first production Lotus, the 6, since when Lotus has grown out of all recognition.
In 1989, Lotus returned to its historical logo, slightly redesigned the color tones and form: the straw yellow changed to a "orange norfolk mustard" yellow, and the green is darker.
LOTUS (England) 1947 to date.
Now many times World Champion Car Constructor as well as maker of up-market sports and GT cars, not to mention luxury yachts, Chapman has become a legend in his own time as well as a multimillionaire. The first four Lotuses were all based on the Austin Seven. The Mk5 never happened but was to have been a 100-mph sports-racing car.
The ubiquitous Mk7 lives on today, known simply as the Seven and built by Caterham Cars. The next road car was the pretty, glass-fibre Elite. This was effectively superseded by the Elan in late 1962, the Plus 2 version of which appeared in 1967.
Shortly before, however, in December 1966, Lotus announced their first mid-engined road car, the Europa. Initially Renault-powered, it eventually sported the same Ford-based, twin-cam engine as its stablemates.
Following special and expensive derivatives of the Elans and Europas, Lotus finally cut their ties with the enthusiast and launched an executive dream; the Elite, in 1974: With only the badge in common with the original car of the same name, it started a new era for this company which soon afterwards added the Eclat (a coupe version of the Elite) and the mid-engined Esprit to complete its range of fast, sleek rich man's toys.
Below you will find links to all Lotus car lights.We do lexus rear lights, tail lights, headlights, side repeaters etc. for the Lotus.