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2011 Lotus Elise car review

RECOGNISE were given the soon to be released Lotus Elise for 24 hours to check out its improved fuel efficiency, performance and styling. Watch and find out how the punchy 1.6 engine performed.


 


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Southern California Lotus Meet - April 13, 2013
A gathering of Southern California Lotus owners and enthusiasts at Tilted Kilt. (April 13, 2013 / Orange, CA) Featured cars: Lotus Elise Lotus Evora Lotus Exige Lotus Exige S Club Racer Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale Maserati GranTurismo S Noble M400 Event organized by: www.lotustalk.com





Lotus Elise : Car Review
http://newcarnet.tv It's now 15 years since Lotus introduced the ground breaking, mid-engined Elise. With its bonded, aluminium chassis, it fused cutting edge, lightweight construction with what Lotus does best: superlative handling. A fundamental redesign followed in 2000, and then another refresh of the styling last year coinciding with a new engine for this entry-level model. Check out the latest car reviews, motoring news and international motor show coverage at http://newcarnet.co.uk





Lotus Elise review
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My 2011 Lotus Elise Club Racer on Details
Full HD 1080p Video By NM2255: This is my brand new 2011 Lotus Elise Club Racer on exterior/interior details! "Like" my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/NM2255/258205730865220 Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/NM2255





Volkswagen Golf Blue Motion Review
Recognise Magazine got their hands on the new Volkswagen Golf Blue Motion. Take a peek to see what we thought about its look, features, performance and best of all, its impressive fuel efficiency!





Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept - Concours d'Elegance @ Pebble Beach
For full review, visit: http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2011/08/lotus-evora-gte-road-car-concept -makes-the-porsche-gt3-look-like-a-chick-car-video Taking the idea of a track-focused street car to the next level, Lotus has unveiled the GTE Road Car Concept at Pebble Beach. Named after the GTE class cars that Lotus is currently racing in Europe, this concept is essentially a blend of that competition racer with a street-legal Evora. In many ways it's not as far from reality as one might guess, with the race car based heavily on the Evora road car and even sharing the same aluminum tub.





2006 Lotus Elise Customer Car Review™
In the first of our Consumer Car Review(tm) videos, Jon Nigbor gushes about his new 2006 Lotus Elise and takes us for a ride at Sauvie Island and Portland International Raceway.





Lotus Elise Club Racer Onboard Lindemannsruhe HD
Lindemannsruhe, RLP





Lotus Elise Car Review
A car review of my 2005 Lotus Elise.





LOTUS Elise Exige MK1 AMAZING DRIVING OVERTAKES FERRARI,LAMBO,
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Hennessey Venom GT Prototype - Road Testing in England
Hennessey Venom GT test mule on the road near Silverstone. http://www.VenomGT.com http://www.TunerSchool.com





2005 Lotus Elise Walk Around
Short vid of my 2005 lotus elise startup and walkaround on September 12th, 2007





LOTUS ELISE CR CLUB RACER (2011)
Lotus has gone even further to deliver the most tactile Elise ever, without losing an ounce of style. It wasn't easy to find further areas for weight reduction in a car as light as the Elise, but with a lot of attention to detail and a passion for lightweight performance, Lotus has managed to make the Elise CR an amazing 24kg lighter than the standard Elise. This stripped-back racer is an uncompromised sports machine that doesn't just deliver on the road. Adjustable Eibach anti-roll bar and springs plus Bilstein sports dampers mean the Elise CR provides fingertip responsiveness on the racetrack too. The handling is also assisted with the latest Lotus Dynamic Performance Management (DPM) system, and selectable sports setting, giving the driver ultimate power and control. 1274 miles.





Lotus Elise - What are people saying about yours?
I always see people approaching my car when I'm out in public. I wanted to find out what they might be saying...





Top Gear Lotus Exige S vs Ford Mustang
The Lotus Exige (pronounced /ɛɡˈziːʒ/) is a two-door, two-seat sports car made by Lotus Cars. It is essentially a coupé version of the Lotus Elise, which is a roadster that is mid-engined and has been in production since 1996. The original Exige (NA or naturally aspirated Exige) was launched in 2000 and had a 1.8 L Rover K Series engine in VHPD (Very High Performance Derivative) tune. It produced 177 bhp (132 kW; 179 PS) in standard form and 192 bhp (143 kW; 195 PS) in the "track spec" version. In 2004, the Series 2 Exige was introduced. It features a 1.8 L 16-valve DOHC Toyota/Yamaha engine that produces 190 bhp (142 kW; 193 PS) with the Toyota engine designation of 2ZZ-GE.[1] Compared to the Series 2 Elise, it has a front splitter, fibreglass hardtop roof with roof scoop, rear engine cover, and rear spoiler. The sole purpose of these aerodynamic additions to the base Elise is to create more downforce (almost 100 lb (45 kg) of downforce at 100 mph (160 km/h) in the Exige versus 13 lb (5.9 kg) at 100 mph (160 km/h) in the Elise). In February 2005, Lotus announced a limited production run of 50 Exiges, using the Toyota engine with a Supercharger, that increases the power output to 243 bhp (181 kW; 246 PS). These vehicles were only available in yellow or black, representing the colours of Lotus Sport, and are badged 240R. They have a projected 0-60 mph (0--100 km/h) time of 3.9 seconds and 0-100 mph (0--160 km/h) of 9.9 seconds, with a top speed of 155 mph (249 km/h) at a cost of £44,000.00 (approximately $72,500.00 or €51,000.00).[citation needed] The North American Exige was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in January 2006. In February 2006, Lotus announced the Exige S model which used a supercharged Toyota engine producing 220 bhp (164 kW; 223 PS).[2] The S was also made available in North American markets as a 2007 model.





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