In 1997 Lotus was joined by a Brazilian company named Emme that specialized in the production of scooters. The purpose of the union was the creation of a super sedan based on the Emme 420 and 420T. The result was the Lotus Emme 422T produced only for the Brazilian market. Power was courteous of a four-cylinder DOHC turbocharged engine capable of producing over 260 horsepower. Zero-to-sixty took just under five seconds and top speed was achieved at 171 mph. Excellent stopping power was courteous of 11.6 inch ventilated disc brakes.During its short production run, less than fifteen examples were created. By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2005
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345 hp 369 lbs...
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