LYON, France – The Lotus Elise will be a true multi-cultural American when it emigrates to the U.S. next summer. A 180-hp Toyota Motor Corp. engine will enable the Malaysian-owned, British-made sports car to meet U.S. emission standards. Elise hits U.S. shores in mid-2004. The U.S. version of the roadster is to be introduced at next year's Geneva auto show, Marco Feser, general manager for Lotus in Europe, says in an interview at a regional auto show here. European versions ...

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