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Buy Tyres, MOTs and Services for Lotus


Lotus is a British car manufacturer which was founded in 1948, England. Lotus Cars is known for manufacturing sports cars and racing cars noted for their light weight and fine handling characteristics. The Lotus manufacturer is now owned by the Geely Holding Group who also own Volvo.

Whether you’re after Lotus all season tyres, Lotus summer tyres, Lotus winter tyres or Lotus Original Equipment (OE) tyres - for the ultimate driving experience - we’ve got you covered. We supply and fit Original Equipment and aftermarket replacement tyres for all Lotus models from the Lotus Eletre to the Lotus Emira.

Why OE tyres? Original Equipment tyres are designed and tailored to meet the specific demands of car manufacturers to ensure optimum performance on the road. At HiQ we always recommend fitting OE tyres. For more information on the OE benefits please click here.

For decades Lotus has chosen Goodyear as their OE manufacturer tyre development partner. And here at HiQ we pride ourselves in intimately understanding the development that has gone into this, and how it translates to a superior drive. That’s why we’ve worked with Goodyear for years and are a key stockist of their tyres. We also supply and fit Lotus OE tyres from all premium tyre manufacturers.

For all your Lotus needs

If you want to buy Lotus tyres, book an MOT, or service, you can do it above. Simply enter your car registration along with your postcode or city to get started.

Oe marking LS Lotus

Lotus OE Markings

Looking for Lotus car tyres? You’ve come to the right place.

We’ve got OE tyres for every Lotus model, all sorted and recommended for you. Simply click and choose which option suits you best. From Lotus all season tyres, Lotus summer tyres and Lotus winter tyres - for when the weather drops below 7ºC - we’ve got you covered.

To verify that replacement tyres are engineered to original equipment standards, an OE marking is embossed into the sidewall of a tyre, showing which car manufacturer it has been designed for. These letters refer to the tyre being specific for use on a particular vehicle. For Lotus OE tyres, you should find an LS marking on the sidewall.