The Lola T70 was a prototype sports car produced by the British company Lola Cars in 1965. The car was usually powered by large American V8 engines and its chassis was made of aluminium. The T70 was quite popular in the mid to late 1960s. In total, just over 100 examples were produced in three versions: the open-top Spyder MkII, the MkIII coupe and the slightly updated MkIIIB. The car’s first success came with Walt Hansgen’s victory at the Monterey Grand Prix. The T70 was replaced by the T160.