Thursday, July 21, 2011

Lotus Exige S Type 72 [Reviews]

Lotus Exige S Type 72 celebrates the most successful F1 car of all time, the Lotus Type 72 Formula One cars, which reached a 20 Grand Prix wins between 1970 and 1975.

Lotus Type 72 was powered by big names such as Lotus Jochen Rind, Emerson Fittipaldi, Ronnie Peterson and Jacky Ickx won three Formula 'Championships (1970, 1972 and 1973) and two drivers "One Constructors World Championship (the first being won by Jochen Rind in 1970 and the other by Emerson Fittipaldi in 1972).

Painting the Lotus Exige S Type 72 is remembered as a famous and easily recognizable colors of black and gold Lotus Type 72 and finished with the same brand of artist who painted in Team Lotus racing cars.
Light performance has long been the philosophy of the Lotus. 935kg Type 72 Lotus Exige S sprints to 60 mph road just 4.5 seconds and 100 km / h in 4.7 seconds, before a top speed of 145 mph, 72 Type 233 km / h. The Lotus Exige S also offers class-leading fuel economy and emissions with a consumption of 6, 5 litres/100 km (43.5 mpg) is the extra-urban cycle and CO2 emissions of 199 g / km.

Type 72 Lotus Exige S is a powerful compressor mid-engine sports car that is as comfortable on the track or road. The engine has an intercooler VVTL-i technology ensures impressive performance all the way to the switch to 8500 rpm.

Sports Pack comes standard on the type of the Lotus Exige S 72, which has a customized high quality interior, including black microfiber sports seats with gold stitching ProBax. Each car is equipped with a panel to commemorate the special construction of an F1 car 20 Grand Prix victories. The exterior of the type 72 Lotus Exige S has a unique black and gold light wheeled and ends with the type of hand-painted gold and logos 72 Exige S (Sport pack also includes a hoop rolled steel T45 main control Lotus traction, Twin oil coolers and adjustable front anti-roll bar).

All Lotus cars offer exceptional handling and performance, and the Exige is no exception with an excellent driver very dynamic and involving. Lotus Racing and manipulation gives an inspiring driving experience and the design of mid-engine type of 72 Lotus Exige S has a fantastic balance and agility.

Lucas Bennett, Operations Manager of Lotus Cars Limited, said: "The Type 72 Lotus Exige S is an appealing blend of sporty handling car and performance art with the color scheme of the type of icon 72, one of the delivery The most famous race of all time. Exige offers an intense driving experience, whether on road or track, and this limited edition car is worth celebrating as a race car legend. "
Clive Chapman, director of Classic Team Lotus said: "The Type 72 was a very important car Team Lotus F1 and indeed the whole world. 'State a revolutionary design of a pioneer in the use of side radiators to achieve a distinctive" " wedge shape, which gave significant aerodynamic advantages. In addition, minimizing unsprung weight and the use of a torsion bar, the growth rate of suspension, tires, performance was excellent. The Lotus Type 72 project has been so long that it's competitive than six years. "

Type 72 Lotus Exige S The options include: Air conditioning, limited slip differential, and Performance package, which includes 240 PS power increase, the greater the AP Racing brakes, an enlarged roof scoop (compared to the standard Lotus Exige S) and the variable traction control Lotus Lotus Launch Control.

To celebrate the impressive number of victories in Grand Prix Type 72 is reached, the Lotus 20 will produce this special edition for the United Kingdom, 20 other cars to continental Europe, and there will be a limited edition of cars in Japan and in selected markets throughout the world.