We are much exhilarated to yield this Lotus 7 art. Can you that sense of WWII craftmanship peek behind the simple lines of a Lotus 7? Of course, this is no lethal machine, but something rather fun and now known to be one of the most significant examples of an engineering piece that can only come in the time of post-war enthusiasm. The first Lotus cars are an example of a consumer-product made with the experience gained from the years of fierce technological competition between the two battling factions.

This Lotus 7 art is a beautiful representation of a remarkable car.

Lotus 7 is a British gentleman essential. It was both club track racer and road-going car. Combine it with vintage helmet and checked clothing to have the ultimate British motoring experience. But it is not just its Britishness, which makes a genuinely spectacular car of it. It is the fact that this car is still in production with the same design and engineering ideas.

When in '70s Britain joined the European Economic Community, it had to drop the tax evasion for unassembled cars, delivered in boxes which were a significant market for Lotus 7. When that happened, Lotus sold its production licenses to one of their dealers - Caterham Cars. They kept its production until today, more than 60 years later.


Meanwhile, keep in mind that back in the 50's Lotus 7 was launched with 1,2L Ford engine capable for 40 hp, good enough for acceleration time of more than 16 seconds. This is how fast amateur motorsport was back in the days! Sure, the car received a lot of technological delights, and as of today, Caterham can sell you Seven 485 accelerating from zero to 62 miles in 3.4 seconds.

Experience this great piece of the Collin Chapman heritage with this lovely Lotus 7 art print, created by Artem Halko and delicately made by Simply Petrol.



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