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Lotus Esprit S1
Debut Series HW Workshop - HW Garage
Produced 2014 - Present
Designer Ryu Asada
Number CFG74
LotusEspritS1 3D


Versions

The Lotus Esprit S1 has been released in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
N/A 2014 Hot Wheels Entertainment (The Spy Who Loved Me) White Black stripe on sides, taillight tampos, 'PPW 306R' on rear license plate White / Metal Black None Clear Micro5SP BDT92 Malaysia Base code(s): G35 2014-Retro Entertainment-Lotus Esprit S1- The Spy Who Loved Me-Submarine Mode
219 2015 HW Workshop - HW Garage White Black stripe on sides, taillight tampos, 'PPW 306R' on rear license plate White / Plastic Tinted (Black) Black 5SP CFG74 Malaysia Base code(s): G34, G37

2015 New Models

Lotus Esprit S1 white 2015
219 2015 HW Workshop - HW Garage Red Black stripe on sides, taillight tampos, 'HW FJ74' on rear license plate Red / Plastic Tinted (Black) Black 5SP CFJ74 Malaysia Base code(s): G45

2015 New Models

Lotus Esprit S1-2015 219 Recolor
05 / 05 2015 James Bond Series White Black stripe on sides, 'Esprit' on sides, tampo'd taillights, 'PPW 306R' on rear license plate White / Plastic Tinted (Black) Black 5SP CGB74 Thailand Base code(s): H18 2015 James Bond Series Esprit S1
- 2015 Hot Wheels Entertainment (James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me) White Black stripe on sides, 'Esprit' on sides, tampo'd taillights, 'PPW 306R' on rear license plate White / Metal Tinted (Black) Black RRMag CFR26 Malaysia Base code(s): H37 Lotus Esprit S1 package front
72 2016 HW Exotics Yellow Black stripe on sides, 'Esprit' on sides, tampo'd taillights, 'HWD 603' on rear license plate Yellow / Plastic Tinted (Black) Black 5SP DHP96 Malaysia Base code(s): J13, J14, H29

2015-card

From the back of the 2015-card:

Born: 1975
Birthplace: Hethel, Norfolk, England
Designer: Lotus Cars
Specialty: British supercar powered by the Lotus 970 4-cylinder engine. It's probably most famous for the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, where it was featured in a long chase sequence and was transformed into a submarine.

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