Last week I asked which company used 21 left-over carbon-fiber tubs from a failed company to produce a supercar, of which they were only going to make 21. Clue, think of the word hedonism. That was more than enough to get the Googlers going. It was the Edonis built by B Engineering, using the 21 left-over tubs of the Bugatti EB 110. It had a twin turbo V12 of 3.7 liters, developing 720 bhp and had a top speed of around 330 km/h.
So to this week. How many T/C Lotus 7’s did Colin Chapman make?
For the Automania free beer this week, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]