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Lotus Exige

Lotus Exige (United Kingdom, 1999-present)

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In production since 2000 the Lotus Exige is a two-seat sports car made by British manufacturer Lotus Cars. Basically the model is a coupé version of the mid-engined roadster Lotus Elise.

The original Exige was powered by a 1.8 L Rover K Series engine in VHPD (Very High Performance Derivative) tune, producing 179 PS in standard form and 195 PS in the "track spec" version.

A second series of the Exige was launched in 2004, with the two-seat sports featuring a 1.8 L 16-valve DOHC Toyota/Yamaha engine that produced 193 PS.
 


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Engineer and racing enthusiast Colin Chapman inaugurated the car company Lotus Engineering Ltd. in 1952, a factory that was firstly located in Hornsey and would only move to Hethel in 1962. Previously, around 1947, Colin Chapman had already built his first automobile based on an Austin 7 chassis. He was still a college student by that time and his extremely light car had been built for competition purposes and would be later called the Lotus Mk1. When hi...  more

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