Lotus Exige anniversary model | New Release - Car News Jun 2020

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12:06 Wednesday 24 Jun 2020

Twenty years of the Lotus Exige is to be marked with a new special edition model.

The Lotus Exige Sport 410 20th Anniversary comes with a choice of retro-inspired colours, extra equipment, and an enhanced interior package.

In a nod to the original Exige Series 1 from the turn of the Millenium, the special edition has a body-coloured roof, side air intake pods, and rear wing, plus black ‘shark fin’ stone chip protector in front of the rear wheel.  The interior Alcantara trims and stitching also harks back to the original Exige.  There are also unique 20th Anniversary logos both inside and out.

The colour choices of Chrome Orange, Laser Blue and Calypso Red, were all features of the original Exige.  Saffron Yellow, Motorsport Black, and Arctic Silver are also available.
Standard equipment includes Nitron three-way adjustable dampers, carbon fibre front splitter, front access panel, and rear tailgate, DAB digital radio with Bluetooth, cruise control, ultra-lightweight forged alloy wheels, and an Alcantara steering wheel.

The Lotus Exige Sport 410 20th Anniversary is priced at £79,900, and will go on sale later this year.

 

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