Welcome to GYLO XX by Admin
Welcome to GYLO XX!

How GYLO XX Virtual Worked:
Everyone submitted a photo and brief description of their car and/or memorabilia, then we set up polls and everyone perused and voted!

Car Categories were set up based upon the number and variety of cars submitted.
Memorabilia were included under a single Memorabilia category.

- Entries were accepted from Sep 27, 2020 through Oct 6, 2020
  • The entry window is CLOSED.

- Voting took place from Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2020 until midnight, Friday, Oct 9, 2020.
  • The voting window is CLOSED!

- Votes were reviewed on Saturday, Oct 10, 2020.

- Results were announced during our GYLO Zoom call, at 1pm on Sunday, Oct 11, 2020.

Click here to browse individual categories.
Click here to browse all cars entered.
Click here to browse all memorabilia entered.

Thank You for another great turnout!

Recent Threads/Posts

by rcollum

Joseph Fontana's Exige S was the #mylotus car of the week on the Lotus Cars FaceBook page:

by rcollum
ksm Avatar
^Isn't Daylight savings time on Nov 1 (midnight on Oct 31st)?

As always, Kevin, you have good attention to detail. In my Day-Timer, I noted that Sunday, October 25th had the notation -

Daylight Saving Time Ends.... followed by...


In the interest (as always) of keeping club members informed, today, I should also wish everyone a Happy Labour Day (in New Zealand)…

For keen followers of other movable feasts, yes, Halloween is this coming Saturday, Oct.31st, followed closely by that ever-moving target, Daylight Savings Time, which starts Sunday, November 1st - as Kevin said.

Pleased to be your calendar-keeper,

Bob Collum

P.S.:  We did have 5 NoVA Lotus members show up, and Adam Thierer picked up his well-deserved prize for the VGYLO XX Memorabilia category!

by ksm
^Isn't Daylight savings time on Nov 1 (midnight on Oct 31st)?
by rcollum

I visited Jim Hurd's workshop this week. He's working on some amazing projects... One is a double-DIN housing for the Elise's radio housing, like the one in the Tesla Roadster. He can also make laser-etched glasses with pictures of most Lotus models, which are great Christmas gifts.

by rcollum

NOTE:  Daylight savings ends at midnight on Saturday, October 24th...  Be sure to set your clocks back 1 hour...  You get an extra hour of sleep!

...another impromptu meet-up at the Blue Iguana parking lot, 12727 Shoppes Ln, Fairfax, VA‎. 

Feel free to organize a drive to this meet, or start a drive from this meet. 

I will have prizes to distribute to the VGYLO XX winners.  I will be there from Noon to 1:00PM.

--Bob Collum

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Lotus News

The Lotus SUV Is Coming Sooner Than We Thought by ksm

The Lotus SUV Is Coming Sooner Than We Thought

A new era will dawn for Lotus by year's end.

Lotus is known the world over for its ability to build sports cars that set the bar in handling dynamics and has recently celebrated 25 years of its beloved Elise, a lightweight two-door sports car that has set the bar for other small sports cars since it was launched. Lotus is currently busy with a number of interesting projects, one of them being the absolutely crazy 2,000 horsepower Evija which is expected to launch later this year, but while fans drool over the new hypercar, Lotus has been hard at work to make its SUV dreams a reality.


According to a recent report from the Dutch publication, AutoWeek, Lotus is planning on releasing its SUV before the end of 2020. The Lambda, as it is called, will be manufactured in China using Volvo parts. The Lambda has been in the works for five years and is set to share the SPA platform with Volvo cars such as the XC90, and Lotus is aiming straight for the Porsche Cayenne Coupe and BMW X6. The SPA platform will give Lotus a wide range of four-cylinder and plug-in hybrid powertrain options to choose from, and an EV version is already in the works.

Former Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales has been quoted as saying that the Lambda will be one of the fastest and most agile performing cars in its segment, but fans will have to take his word for it as no technical details have been shared with the public. Wuhan, most famous for its ties to the recent pandemic, will be the manufacturing base for the new SUV. There has been no word whether or not the Lambda will be coming to the US, but as one of the world's largest car markets, it would be a smart move. With cars such as the Cayenne Coupe offering a brilliant overall driving experience, Lotus will have to bring its A-game to stand a chance in this cut-throat segment.