After months of waiting, finally the Lotus Exige S was launched. This “major lightweight high-performance sports cars” come up with new designs inside and outside, as well as brand new engine that adds more than 100 HP power cars.
2012 Lotus Exige S still claim is an Exige, but the add-ons that given such a look of a sports car seen from the outside, while still adding a certain level of aggression to design. Exige S with a new front splitter that shows clean lines on the front of the car, and a smaller rear spoiler, either still improve vehicle aerodynamics.
Exige S is now working with, the installation of transverse engine 3.5 liter V6 DOHC VVI-i, which gives a total of 345 HP, away from the previously used 257 HP Toyota 1.8L supercharged I4. This is for a massive upgrade, very clear when the weight of the car will be introduced into the equation. The model previously claimed £ 2,077, while the new Exige S plumps up at £ 2,380. After the added weight will be taken, 0-60 mph in Exige S ‘is better still, come in 3.8 seconds (4.0 seconds from the previous time) and the peak increase in speeds up to 170 mph (up from 145 mph earlier).
Lotus will also offer Lotus DPM (Dynamic Performance Management) switch that allows the driver to switch between three driving modes, namely: Touring, Sport, and the DPM off. An optional race package will also be thrown in to add a fourth driving mode (Ras) to the mixture, to experience the most Lotus Exige S.
Exige S Price
(UPDATE 12/08/11) After the Exige and Elise repeal from U.S. market because of restrictions Airbag, Lotus is throwing bones to the U.S. market brings new Exige S to our side pool as track-only car. This will display the racing version of the full roll cage, racing seat and harness, and cut-off power switch, in addition to all the features found on street cars. Prices will start between $ 85,000 – $ 90,000. (DuPont Registry). ref:topspeed