Lotus Exige Cup 360: more wood for the limited edition definitive

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Lotus Motorsport has just presented the new Lotus Exige Cup 360 . This is an even more powerful version of the Lotus Exige V6 Cup, based on the Exige V6 Toyota source. We are talking about a limited edition of only 50 units. talked about the Lotus Exige ever created more radical , and also the most powerful machines without entering infarction as the Lotus 3-Eleven. It differs from the demands V6 Cup on a more aggressive body kit and more power to its engine 3.5 V6 supercharged.

The Lotus Exige Cup 360 is priced at no less than 62,995 pounds sterling.

This engine is the soul of the party. An initially developed by Toyota V6, which Lotus has been responsible for set up and supercharging to achieve final power of 360 hp . They are 10 HP more than the Exige Cup in which this limited edition is based. This power increase is achieved thanks to a new exhaust system with which the car can breathe better. As an Exige Cup car is an extremely light: weighs only 1,130 kilos, enough to achieve 0 to 100 km / h in only 3.5 seconds

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With respect to the demands V6 Cup, this special edition debuts red wheels, and is available only in shades Metallic White, Metallic Grey, Metallic Black and Metallic Silver. The same red tire is present in the Alcantara interior , located on the doors and seats. The interior is still as minimalist as always, and of course, the manual gear lever remains in its rightful place. The Lotus Exige remains as purist as the first day.

The climax of the Lotus Exige Cup 360 is the same aerodynamic kit – fully functional, no frills. – Get the Exige Cup 42 kg of downforce at only 100 km / h thanks to a flat bottom , a front spoiler, a rear spoiler fixed and optimized for use in circuit diffuser. The Lotus Exige Cup 360 also leads a team of high-performance braking and high performance tires for track use. A pity that only 50 units to be manufactured, nearly 100,000 euros the piece.

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