Now Lotus has reportedly canceled them all, except for the new Esprit that was already in development. The new Esprit will revive the nameplate of the mid-engined supercar produced from 1976 through 2004, but the jury's still out on what engine it will pack. All the others, however, have been consigned to the rubbish bin. Along with the production cars, Lotus has been scaling back its expansive motorsport program. Aside from the Evora GT racer, under Behar's management (and that of Claudio Berro who he brought over from Ferrari), Lotus branched into IndyCars, Formula One and Le Mans.