2014 Lotus Exige LF1 limited edition revealed, limited to 81 units

by Max Richardson

Lotus has a rich Formula 1 history and fuelled by the excitement and anticipation of the 2014 Formula 1 season, the British automaker has unveiled the Exige LF1 limited edition, based on the Exige S.

Just 81 cas will be built this summer with Lotus F1 Team inspired livery and interior trim to commemorate the number of grand prix victories held by the Lotus marque. Yes that a total of 81 cars representing 81 victories from first GP victory at Monaco in 1960 to car #81 marking Kimi Raikkonen’s win at Australia in 2013.

Powered by a supercharged 350 horsepower 3.5l V6 from the standard Exige S, the exterior features bespoke black and gold paint scheme with red accents and golden 17-inch front and 18-inch rear cast alloy wheels.

The Exige LF1 owners are guaranteed an exclusive driving experience, and automatically become Exige LF1 Members, which offers a real Lotus F1 experience including a behind the scenes tour of the Lotus Cars and Lotus F1 Team factories and a range of Lotus F1 Team gifts and memorabilia.

The Exige LF1 makes its public debutat the Canary Wharf Motorexpo in London this week from Monday 9 June until Sunday 15 June and simultaneously in its left-hand drive European-spec at Le Mans 24 hours from Wednesday 11 June to Sunday 15 of June 2014.

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