Getting even better and better. Or does it? Recently, The whole Lotus lineup has undergone some comprehensive development procedures that have resulted on delivering us some incredible machines. You do remember the Exige Sport 380? And the Elise 380? And presumably, you do remember how excited we were about the Exige 350? Well, today we are excited one more time – Lotus team reveals the Exige Cup 380.
Based on the Exige Sport 380, this sweetie will try to become the icon of the brand and a fa
High in power, menacing in style, the new Lotus Exige 380 is by far the most aggressive in the Exige lineup. Many people would say that this is the same drivetrain system in different package. Nope. This is not the case with the latest Lotus family member.
What is special about this one is that it relies more on drivetrain system improvements, rather than electronics and utility gadgets. This means that it delivers a total 352hp per tonne power-to-weight ratio and will try to be one of the be
And here it is. The last of the three Lotus 50th Celebration Editions. The Exige 350 Special Edition is sexy, agile and confident enough to be one of the leaders in the anniversary celebrations.
Based on the most powerful Exige so far, the Sport 350, the Special Edition features numerous performance improvements and hi-tech additions. So, let’s see what is so special about this one, shall we?
Let’s start with the drivetrain system. Starting off where the stock models showcased their fu
We have told you about the new Lotus Exige Sport 350: this is the latest and greatest model of the class-leading and award-winning sports vehicle. It comes with more power, lower weight and improved capabilities.
But it looks like Lotus team is still not satisfied with model's advertisement appearance, so they decided to review one more time its latest creation in a special video. It demonstrates where improvements have been made and a glimpse of what is to be around such a machine in its mom
Lotus Exige S Automatic is here and despite our previous concerns it will surely deliver pure and extreme driving. The convenience of an automatic has been specifically tailored to the sporty characteristics of the model. Lotus claims that via both automatic and paddle shift the car is capable of an even more focused driving experience. The control panel is integrated into the centre console of the cockpit and features four buttons: Park, Reverse, Neutral and Drive. The forged aluminium, manual-
Yes, you’ve read that just right! The fastest car in the United Kingdom will be equipped with just two pedals… And we are NOT excited about it. But it is definitely good news for those who are lazy to use their left leg. Lotus has just officially announced that it will equip the Exige S with a six-speed automatic transmission. The so called by Lotus “convenience of an automatic” has been specifically tailored to the sporty characteristics of the Exige S.
Just like the manual gearshift, this a
Lotus has unveiled the 2014 Exige LF1 Limited Edition created to celebrate the manufacturer’s Formula One “origin”. This summer, totally 81 Lotus Exige S cars will get a Lotus F1 Team livery and interior trim to mark the number of grand prix victories held by the Lotus marque.
2014 Lotus Exige LF1 Limited Edition is based on the Exige S and boasts a black and gold exterior with red accents and special badges. There are also golden alloy wheels and the Race Package including a Dynamic Perf
2013 Lotus Exige S Roadster will raise the spirits of this summer by its exceptional visual characteristics and new character. It stems from its coupé counterpart - the Exige S and keeps all of the race-bred sports car attributes.
With this convertible, Lotus is completing the Exige line-up and enhances the track focused collection by providing a new facet to the range. To be more precise this cabrio sportscar is powered by the same 3.5L V6 unit which we have seen in the coupé variants, howe
Lotus Racing has just disclosed that it is going to reveal a brand new two Exige models at the 2013 Autosport International Show. In addition to the world debut, both race cars will compete in the race.
The two new derivatives are the the Exige V6 Cup - the latest Cup version for track or road, and the Exige V6 CupR – the pure race-bred car. They will make up part of a three car line-up, where the race winning Evora GT4 will also be on display as a perfect contender for race teams looking to
Lotus has unveiled the Exige S Roadster at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle is based on the well-known Elise, but comes with enormous V6 in the middle.
The supercharged 3.5 liter V6 develops 350PS (257 kW) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. It is mated to a 6-speed manual or an optional SPS (Serial Precision Shift) gearbox. 0-100 km/h in 4.0 seconds, to 160 km/h in 8.5 seconds and a top speed of 233 km/h (145 mph). The fuel consumption is good – 10.1 l /100km (28.0 mpg UK) with CO2 emiss
MOV’IT have been specializing in creating ultra-performance brake systems. That’s why they was nominated by the famous British car maker Lotus as a brake supplier and technology partner.
“We always start from scratch with a “blank piece of paper”, because no car is exactly like the other: Power, weight, maximum speed, mounting suspension, power transmission or dynamic – everything has to be factored in accurately, and only after that the final design can be brought to paper, and subsequently
2012 Lotus Exige S is exhibited at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. The manufacturer has also introduced Exige R-GT.
Lotus Exige is probably the best handling car in the world and now comes with superbly powered 3.5 liter supercharged V6 from Evora S. The output is no less than 350PS (257 kW) at 7000RPM and 400Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque at 4500RPM. Evora S accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds and has a top speed of 276 km/h (172 mph). The staggering figures are based on total weight of 1