Lotus Elise Comes to USA Rental Fleets

Lotus Cars USA Inc. announces that rental fleets across the country have ordered a number of Lotus Elise cars to be offered to their customers under various exotic car rental programs.

Due to limited availability, the first group of cars will be available only in the following states: California, Florida, Arizona, Nevada and Pennsylvania. On a national rollout basis, more states will be added in the coming months.

The award-winning Lotus Elise is an open-topped, two-seat, 190-horsepower roadster weighing less than 2,000 pounds. This light weight allows for the Elise’s nimble steering, stout braking and responsive acceleration. These driving dynamics are combined with the design and style unique to the Lotus Elise.

For further information, contact Tom Borzilleri by calling 954-817-1194 or send e-mail to [email protected].

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