An Elise doesn’t come with a long list of options to begin with, but for these Classic Heritage Editions, Lotus made pretty much everything standard. In addition to a DAB digital radio with four speakers, air-conditioning, cruise control, forged alloy wheels, two-piece disc brakes, and black floor mats, these models also come with the interior color pack, which includes the upper door trim and central seat insert finished to match the exterior. There is colorful detailing on the doors, gear selector surround, and dashboard, as well. The blue-and-white car comes with red Alcantara seat inserts.
Naturally, buyers also get a numbered “build plaque” on the vehicle’s dashboard,
This blue-and-white Elise Heritage Edition, a tribute to the Type 18 of 1960. Exactly 60 years ago, this was the first Lotus car to achieve a Formula 1 pole position and victory, courtesy of the late Sir Stirling Moss at the Monaco Grand Prix. That year, the championship’s 1-2 trophies went to Cooper-Climax’s Jack Brabham and young Kiwi Bruce McLaren.