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Lotus Exige V6 Cup R | Now the Press Release


LOTUS RACING SET TO REVEAL ITS MOTORSPORT METTLE AT AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL WHERE VISITORS CAN WIN A DRIVING ACADEMY EXPERIENCE
The cars, the Exige V6 Cup, the latest Cup version for track or road and its pure race-bred sibling the Exige V6 CupR will be unveiled on stand 2550, in Hall 20. Both new Exige race cars will make up part of a three car line-up, where the race winning Evora GT4 will also be on display as a perfect contender for race teams looking to compete in, amongst others, the newly announced SRO GT4 European Trophy. Plus, for those that visit the stand there is the opportunity to win a Driving Experience Day courtesy of the Lotus Driving Academy*.
Around the show, visitors can also get close to the championship winning Evora GTC, the car that romped to victory last season in the MSA British GT Endurance Championship under the guidance of Richard Adams and his Bullrun Team. The car will be on display courtesy of Britcar, stand 2200.
In addition, the award-winning Exige S and Evora S road cars will also be drawing the fans as they have been selected to take part in Autocar’s ‘Best of British’ parade which can be seen at regular intervals in the Live Arena. All models are in current production at the Hethel factory and available to order.

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