Lotus has revealed 2 automobiles at the Geneva Motor Show.
Late in the day on Tuesday, the British brand revealed the Exige Sport 350 Roadster and Lotus Evora Sport 410 in international launchings.
The Exige Sport 350 Roadster, which is an upgrade to the Exige Sport 350, is the lightest-ever V6 Exige. It is 40 kgs (88 pounds) lighter than the Exige Sport and has a brand-new Carbon Aero Load that fors example a brand-new front splitter, rear wing, and rear diffuser, all created from carbon fiber.
You can select from a six-speed automatic gearbox or utilize the manual variation with created aluminum paddles if you purchase it. The 345-horsepower Exige Sport 350 Roadster has a 0-60 mile per hour sprint time of 3.7 seconds; leading speed is 150 miles per hour. Rates begins at EUR62,185 ($67,400) in Europe, where it will go on sale this spring.
When it comes to the Evora Sport 410, at 1,325 kg (2,921 pounds.) that automobile is 70 kg lighter than its equivalent Evora Sport 400 and will strike 60 miles per hour in 3.9 seconds. Leading speed is 186 miles per hour. This is all attained on a– you thought it– 410-horsepower, six-cylinder engine. Gales was particularly pleased with its new-and-improved chassis.
This one will be offered in significant markets beginning in June; a certain North American variation will be revealed later on in 2016. Just 150 will be made each year. Rates begins at EUR89,832 in Europe. Rates for U.S. haven’t been told yet.