2013 Autosport International: Lotus unveils the Exige V6 Cup and V6 CupR

Article by Christian A., on January 12, 2013

Lotus unveiled two new derivatives of the Exige S at Autosport International. At stand 2550, in Hall 20, is where visitors to the show will find the Exige V6 Cup, the newest Cup version for track or road and the Exige V6 CupR, its pure race-bred sibling. These two new Exige race cars will be part of a three-car range.

Lotus will also display the race champion Evora GT4 as an ideal competitor for race teams who want to join various events such as the recently announced SRO GT4 European Trophy. Those who will visit the stand will get the chance to win a Driving Experience Day at the Lotus Driving Academy.

Lotus will also be showing off the much-awarded Evora GTC, which had won last season in the MSA British GT Endurance Championship with the support of Richard Adams and his Bullrun Team.

This car will be seen at stand 2200 of Britcar. Furthermore, fans are expected to gather near the award-winning Exige S and Evora S road cars. They will participate in Autocar’s ‘Best of British’ parade that could be witnessed at certain periods in the Live Arena. Order books are open for these vehicles. They’re currently in production at the Hethel plant.

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