by on May 20, 2021
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First and foremost a pure driver's car for the street, the Evora GT proves that the value of motorsport engineering extends far beyond the race track. Whilst the twisting tarmac disappears beneath you, the Evora flows, settling in to a rhythm, smoothing out rough surfaces, breathing with the trail for an enthralling, immersive driving experience. Consequently, focused driving is effortless with precise, intuitive steering allied to huge reserves of mechanical grip, agility, and poise. Sports vehicle agility, precision, and response meet GT car refinement and comfort like never before. The stunning new Evora GT takes the Evora's unique attributes to spectacular new heights. Its functional aerodynamics, bonded aluminum chassis, Bilstein dampers, and spring set-up intelligently sent applications for road use. The Elise was named after Elisa Artioli, the granddaughter of Romano Artioli who was chairman of Lotus and Bugatti at the time of the car's launch. The Lotus Elise is just a two-seat, rear-wheel drive, mid-engined roadster conceived in early 1994 and released in September 1996 by the British manufacturer Lotus Cars. In 2021 Elise Lotus confirmed the Elise, Exige and Evora are to get rid of production in 2021 and be replaced by way of a new group of models. It is effective at speeds up to 240 km/h (150 mph). The Elise features a fibreglass body shell atop its bonded extruded aluminium chassis that provides a rigid platform for the suspension, while keeping weight and production costs to a minimum. The Series 2 Exige includes the same high revving Toyota 1.8L engine and six-speed gearbox since the Elise 111R, replacing the Rover K-series engine of the last Exige. The US Federalised version with the supercharger fitted is recognized as the Exige S 240. The Series 2 Exige has been followed closely by the limited-edition Lotus Sport Exige 240R, incorporating a Lotus-developed supercharger atop the Lotus engine. The backlight glass is made of polycarbonate, and the lightweight battery is just a Lithium-ion model. The Sprint can be had with either a 1.6-litre naturally aspirated engine, or a 1.8-litre supercharged engine, readily available for the Sprint 220 version. The former features a 0–60 mph (97 km/h) time of 5.9 seconds, while the Sprint 220 can accelerate from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.1 seconds. Wheels are the most common size, but forged as opposed to cast alloy. Lotus announced the special edition'Sprint'types of the E2021 Lotus Elise. Dampers are uprated, as on the Elise Cup models. To reach the 40 kg (88 lb) weight saving, some parts of the body are manufactured in carbon, in addition to the seats. For 2021 Elise the Elise Sprint, Lotus used several weight-saving techniques to cut the car's weight down seriously to 798 kg (1,759 lb). It features the double taillight units and rear wing from the Exige Sport 380 and the Lotus 3-Eleven respectively. It is inspired by both hardcore variants of the Evora and Exige fall into line, the Sport 380 and the GT430 respectively. Other changes include increased top speed, acceleration, low weight and high downforce due to added aero elements. Power has also been uprated and is currently 250 hp (186 kW; 253 PS) thanks to a revised supercharger. Lotus unveiled a hardcore version of the 2021 Lotus Elise called the Elise Cup 260. The Lotus Elise is really a two-seat, rear-wheel drive, mid-engined roadster conceived in early 1994 and released in September 1996 by the British manufacturer Lotus Cars. Lotus Elise is capable of speeds around 240 km/h (150 mph). It's the all-too famous mantra: simplify, you can add lightness. The Elise includes a fiberglass body shell atop its bonded extruded aluminum chassis that gives a rigid platform for the suspension while keeping weight and production costs to a minimum. The Elise was named after Elisa Artioli, the granddaughter of Romano Artioli who had been chairman of Lotus and Bugatti at the time of the car's launch. The Elise continues to define modern Lotus by following exactly the same precepts that made Lotus a force, on both road and track. The Lotus Elise is a driving icon and an industry benchmark for vivid communication, fingertip delicacy, deft balance, and intuitive response. The series 3 2021 Lotus Elise first appeared as a design study alongside the Lotus Esprit concept at the 2010 Paris Motor Show while the "Lotus Elise Concept" in the autumn of this year, and was set to be launched over the following number of years. The automobile was heavier compared to production type of that point, and had a much more powerful 2.0-litre inline-4 engine. The production model was then unveiled with many changes, including the downsizing of the engine to 1.6 litre and 1.8 litre and an alternative design with little cues taken from the concept. Inside, the cabin includes beautifully detailed carbon backed sports seats, carbon topped instrument binnacle and carbon fiber sill trims. The tyre, dashboard, door panels, 2021 Elise transmission tunnel, and center console are all trimmed in black Alcantara® and perforated leather, complemented by contrast twin color stitching. An integral 7-inches touch-screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth® functionality, satellite navigation and reversing camera also comes as standard.
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