A new digital instrument display could give Lotus owners an advantage on weekend track days, or outline to drivers where they went wrong.
With 4000 race tracks pre-loaded, the digital cluster uses GPS technology to record lap times, providing real-time feedback and allowing drivers to download the data to a laptop for greater scrutiny and analysis.
The 6-inch colour screen dash also supports a camera, meaning drivers can more accurately pinpoint their driving inputs and see where there's room for improvement.
Lotus cars are popular among amateur track-day racers due to their sharp handling, stripped-out interior, as well as their powerful and reliable Toyota-sourced engines.
Lotus Australia has been contacted regarding availability of the Digital Instrument Pack and this article will be updated.