We haven't heard much about the Lotus Exige S Roadster since we first saw it at the Geneva Motor Show last year, but Lotus is now confirming the car will go on sale this summer. Of course, unless anything has changed since the car was...Show More Summary
After a highly public meltdown by ex-CEO Dany Bahar, followed by an equally public ousting, Lotus and parent company DRB-Hicom made many reassurances the company was still on track, despite having stopped work on future models. Now, Lotus has released a video (apparently made entirely in iMovie) proclaiming a dramatic breakthrough in both its...
Competitors: Pre-owned Tesla Roadster, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive Looks like: A lightly restyled Lotus Exige (basically a Tesla Roadster or Hennessy Venom GT) Drivetrain: Mid-mounted 201-horsepower electric motor, 37-kwh lithium-ion battery pack; choice of four- or five-speed manual or...
The Lotus Exige S Roadster has been unveiled at the Geneva motor show, combining the grunt and agility of the V6-powered coupe with the thrill of open-air motoring. The new model marks the first time an Exige has been offered … Continue reading ?
Lotus has dropped the sheet on its fastest ever convertible.
Lotus unveiled its Exige S Roadster at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show this week, marking the sportscar manufacturer's first Exige model with a soft top equipped straight out of the factory... Continue Reading Lotus unveils soft top Exige...Show More Summary
While it wasn’t the long-rumored convertible Evora that we had been hoping for, Lotus did stay true to its word and blew “the roof off” one of its models at this week’s 2012 Geneva Motor Show. That model was the Exige S, which has now been revealed in Exige S Roadster form. This is the first time an Exige model has been...
Lotus isn't finished with the ageing but constantly evolving Exige just yet. After benefiting from an Evora-inspired facelift sometime ago, the Exige has now debuted in Roadster form. What we're looking at here is called the Exige S Roadster, debuting at the Geneva Motor Show this week as a soft-top version of the regular hardtop Exige S. Show More Summary
Lotus has unveiled the Exige S Roadster at the Geneva Motor Show. The Exige S Roadster combines its coupé twin’s mesmerizing grunt and handling with an open air experience. It’s the first time an Exige model has been offered with a factory-fitted soft top roof. Power comes from a supercharged 3.5 V6 engine with race-derived [...]
Posted on 03.6.2012 16:00 by Simona Filed under: Lotus | Geneva Motor Show | sports cars | Lotus Exige | roadster | 2012 | Cars | Car Reviews | Lotus A few weeks before the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Lotus announced they would "blow the top off" at the show. Show More Summary
www.ZerCustoms.com - The new Lotus Exige S Roadster had its world debut today in Geneva, promising to... [...]
With the Elise slowly shuffling off this mortal coil, Lotus needs another slinky soft-top to fill out its lineup. In the run-up to the Geneva Motor Show, we assumed that would be a convertible version of the Evora, but we were wrong....Show More Summary
The Tesla Roadster was forced to bow out of the market last year due to Lotus choosing to end production of its own Elise and Exige sports cars, with which the Tesla shared a platform. While this is bad news for electric sports car fans, Tesla is promising to build a successor though it won’t be on sale for several years still. This...
I had a chance to drive the fascinating Tesla Roadster this past weekend. In a word, it was, well, electrifying. The power and performance of a Lotus Exige, without the noise and pollution.
Posted on 06.21.2010 13:00 by Simona Filed under: Lotus | sports cars | Lotus Exige | roadster | Lotus Elise | special editions | Cars | Car Reviews | Lotus Lotus, in cooperation with Roger Becker (former Director of Vehicle Engineering for Lotus), unveiled the Lotus Elise SC and Exige S RGB Special Editions. Show More Summary
Convertible, Tesla, Electric Tesla Roadster - Click above for high-res image gallery You read that right. Tesla Motors will stop building the Roadster in 2011. Wired's Autopia was digging through the papers filed by Tesla to the Securities...Show More Summary