Often described as the world's most perfect sports car, the diminutive Elan set the template for a generation of cars to follow (most notably the Mazda Miata). Powered by Lotus' legendary twin cam engine, and featuring a featherlight body made of fiberglass, the Elan is as quick as modern cars, and more agile, too.
This particular Elan features right hand drive, "Sprint" style tricolor paintwork, period modifications including tasteful fender flares and Revolution knock-off alloy wheels, and a beautiful patina appropriate to a sports car that has been used as it should for over five decades.
Due to the fragility of the Elan, self drive isn't possible at this time. However, the Mini Cooper in the last picture is available for self drive.