Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 is an arcade racing game developed by Magnetic Fields and first released in 1991 for the Amiga. It dropped the "Esprit" from the title because it now featured two cars: The Lotus Esprit Turbo SE and the Lotus Elan SE.
It was ported to the Mega Drive/Genesis by Electronic Arts, as well as to various other home computers of the day. On the Mega Drive/Genesis it was renamed Lotus Turbo Challenge, dropping the numeral as the first game had not crossed over. In a similar vein, the sequel Lotus 3: The Ultimate Challenge would be renamed Lotus II: RECS for its Mega Drive/Genesis port.
Unlike its predecessor Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, which had lap based races with occasional refueling, Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 featured point to point races with no refueling and more arcade-oriented gameplay. Weather conditions were also a first in the series.