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Lotus built the “killer supercars”

Lotus построил «убийцу суперкаров»Lotus Cars introduced a new version of the sports car Exige.

Lotus built a car that is worth less than $ 100 thousand, and in dynamics is not inferior to the luxury sport coupe.

The new version of the sports car Exige, Exige Sport coupe 380 was the most “aggressive, lightweight, powerful and fast” modification of the model on the assurances of manufacturers. A lot of novelties totaled 1,066 kilograms, 25 kilograms lighter than the Exige coupe Sport 350.

Weight reduction was achieved through the use of the upgraded aerodynamic body kit, a rear window made of polycarbonate, carbon frames racing seats, light weight brakes and wheels, and also by replacing the standard battery, Li-ion battery.

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For an additional fee you can order a titanium exhaust system and a single-piece roof made of carbon fiber. In addition, for new available track package, which includes Nitron adjustable dampers and adjustable sway bars Eibach.

Sports car is equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 unit that develops 380 HP and 410 Nm of torque — 30 strength and 10 Nm more than the Exige Sport 350. The engine is combined with six-speed manual transmission or with the same range. Lotus Exige Sport 380 is capable of accelerating from standstill to 96 kilometers per hour in 3.5 seconds — 0.4 seconds faster variant with the index 350. The maximum speed amounted to 286 miles per hour.

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In the UK the price of Lotus Exige Sport 380 start from 67,9 thousand pounds sterling (84,2 thousand dollars). The developers said that the new product aims to “fight against supercars with six-figure value.”

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