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FUEL ECONOMY 10.1/100km
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2010 Lotus Exige S released, Australian pricing announced

Lotus have unveiled its 2010 Exige S sporting a revised front end and wing package, improved fuel economy figures and reduced CO2 emissions. The new Exige S also sees the introduction of a few key changes to enhance the look and improve aerodynamic performance...

Lotus Exige Cup 260 unveiled

Lotus has again this year taken all that's great about the standard Exige S 260 and bettered it by introducing the 2010 Lotus Exige Cup 260. Featuring much of the same weight saving techniques as seen it last year's model, a few spec details have improved the MY10 edition, which is priced exactly the same as its superseded sibling - to make it worth a serious look...

2010 Lotus Exige S facelift

The styling of the Lotus Exige has remained largely similar for the last few years, with only minor updates applied to the range - mostly for function rather than form. To coincide with the Geneva Motor Show, Lotus has unveiled a facelifted version of its Exige S model for 2010...

2008 Lotus Exige S Review

2008 Lotus Exige S Review “Bell & Ross make precision watches for professionals operating in extreme conditions. Similarly, the Lotus Exige S Performance Pack, is a precision instrument capable of extreme speeds across any paved terrain" Model tested: 2008 Lotus Exige S Performance Pack - $125,990 (RRP) Options: Touring Pack: $8000 Sport Pack: $6000 Note: 2008 Exige S with no Upgrade Option Packs: $114,990 Supercar looks, Supercar performance and Japanese reliability for a bargain price The Upgrade Option Packs are still too expensive...

CarAdvice Garage: Lotus Elise S Exige S

If you're wondering where we've all been the last few days, the answer is simple. We have been blessed with two of the hottest cars on the planet, the Lotus Elise S and the Lotus Exige S with Performance pack. We've spent the last 48 hours videoing and driving the best that Lotus has to offer around mountain roads in Sydney...

Lotus GT series return with Exige GT4

The Lotus brand builds some of the quickest, lightest and most nimble cars on the planet - and those are just the ones for the road. Lotus Australia has announced that it has just acquired the first allocation of four race specification Lotus Exige GT4 cars in readiness for the 2009 GT Championship...

Lotus Exige GT3 in Melbourne

The car which can keep up with Porsche GT3 Cup cars, Lamborghini Gallardos and Aston Martin race cars, the Lotus Exige GT3, has received a power boost and is ready for an assault on the supercars at the 2008 GT Championship (prior to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix this weekend). The best and easiest way to describe this car, is to call it the world's fastest Lotus...

2008 Lotus Exige S power boost

The Lotus Exige S has received a major performance upgrade for 2008, making this already potent track weapon an even more efficient giant killer. Despite eagerly competing in supercar territory, the ultra-lightweight and nimble 2007 Lotus Exige S performance figures stack up on paper not too far behind your average family sedan...

Lotus Exige Sport 240

Lotus Australia has unveiled the fastest, most-desirable and exclusively tuned Lotus Exige to ever go on sale in Australia, the Lotus Sport 240. The car was conceived and designed locally by Lotus Australia and is set to make its worldwide debut at the Australian International Motor Show in October where it will officially go on sale...

Lotus Exige NSW Police Car

I thought the FPV Typhoon police cars were enough, but no, Lotus of all manufacturers, has donated a Lotus Exige to the NSW Police department (are they hiring? Cause I'd love to drive around in an Exige all day)...

Lotus Exige 265E (Experimental)

When you think of Lotus these days, the word Proton comes to mind. The Malaysian government owned car company bought out Lotus in 1996, and ever since then, every time proton releases a new car, "Lotus inspired handling" is used in their advertising campaigns...