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The Lotus car was developed by Collin Chapman and has been considered for small, compact,low weight, simplicity and two-seater open-top sports car. The original model proved very successful with more than 2,500 cars sold,[2] due to its attractive as a road legal car that could be used by and for clubman racing.[3] Lotus Seven was an evolution of the 6 wishbone front suspension and hydraulic brakes. Car was tuned with FordSide-valve 1,172 cc inline-four engine. Its main aim was  for lower budget club racing on short tracks (750 motor club).  . It was found to have a top speed of 80.4 mph (129.4 km/h), having excellent acceleration, especially up to 70 mph  in 16.2 seconds and had a fuel consumption of 31.0 miles per (9.1 L/100 km). The Lotus Seven was especially  designed while keeping racing in mind, and lightness,rear suspension and glassfibre bodywork over steel chassis  was the primary concern to Colin Chapman.

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