|Category||Le Mans Prototype LMP2|
|Constructor||Lola Cars International|
|Chassis||Carbon fibre monocoque|
|Suspension (front)||Double wishbone, push-rod actuated coil springs over dampers|
|Suspension (rear)||Double wishbone, push-rod actuated coil springs over dampers|
|Engine||Judd-BMW HK 3.6 L V8 naturally aspirated
HPD HR28TT 2.8 L V6 turbocharged mid-engined, longitudinally mounted
|Transmission||Lola HT 6-Speed sequential manual|
|Weight||900 kg (2,000 lb)|
|Notable entrants|| Level 5 Motorsports
|Notable drivers|| Scott Tucker
Luís Pérez Companc
|Debut||2011 12 Hours of Sebring|
The Lola B11/40 is an open-top Le Mans Prototype (LMP) built by Lola Cars International. It is the first car to be designed to the new Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) LMP2 "low cost formula" where cars will be powered exclusively by production series engines with a cap of €75,000 on the engine and €325,000 – €400,000 for a complete car. Engine options that will be available include BMW, Ford, HPD, Jaguar, Nissan and Toyota.
Announced on 21 July 2010, the B11/40 is a Carbon fibre open-top monocoque race car features an all-carbon bodykit, quick-release removable rear bodywork which includes a stabilisation fin on the engine cover which is a safety requirement of the new regulations.