Lotus has a long history of racing and innovation, from being one of the most successful F1 teams in history to bringing us the modern open-wheel race car as we know it — Lotus has been at the forefront of motorsport. Lotus is celebrating that history with 100-unit run of the Elise Sport 220 in four liveries representing liveries of some of their most successful F1 cars. First is the black and gold John Player Special that adorned cars driven by Emerson Fittipaldi, Mario Andretti, and a young Ayrton Senna. The red, white, and gold references the Gold Leaf Lotus Type 49B, one of the first cars with aerodynamic wings, driven by Graham Hill. The white, silver, and blue is a callback to the Type 81 driven by Nigel Mansell, and the blue and white Type 81 scheme that Sir Stirling Moss drove to Lotus' first F1 pole position and win in Monaco in 1960. Each car features an interior trimmed in colors matching the exterior, with a plaque noting the production number.