Automotive Lotus Exige Sport 410

Published on April 22nd, 2020 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Lotus is officially back in Malaysia

You can start ordering your brand new Lotus with full warranty and after sales right now.

Yes, it is true, this iconic sports car brand is officially back in Malaysia under a brand new importer. Surprisingly, Lotus Cars is not sitting under the current Geely owned Proton umbrella and they have given up their flagship showroom in Sungai Penchala, PJ early last year and had it converted to a Proton dealership. 

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Also, Lotus owner Geely is not setting up office as yet in Malaysia and this is why we have a private business group that has decided to bring back this brand to Malaysia. The business starts with the current Lotus Cars model lineup and soon the all new Lotus models will be filling up their showroom.

Lotus Exige Sport 410
Lotus Exige Sport 410 wheels
Lotus Exige Sport 410 cabin
Lotus Exige Sport 410 steering wheel
Lotus Exige Sport 410 gear shift

The very first Lotus Exige Sport 410 in this stunning Signature Orange is on route to Malaysia. Be the first to drive home this awesome machine that will recalibrate your perception of speed, 0-100km in 3.3 seconds it will be the fastest ride of your life. Built to thrill and engineered to out sprint almost anything on 4 wheels. This pocket rocket is sure to bring a heavy dose of adrenalin to your every drive.

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PRESS RELEASE: With a stunning combination of raw speed and real-world ability, the Lotus Exige Sport 410 joins a line-up like no other to complete the Exige family of peerless sports cars.

Starting with the revised Exige Sport 350, the comprehensive Exige range now includes the new Exige Sport 410 and culminates with the extreme Exige Cup 430: each at a distinct price point, performance level and degree of motorsport focus.

Developed directly from the track focused Exige Cup 430, the Exige Sport 410 is designed to be the ultimate road drive, unrivalled in its class. This latest addition to the Exige range packs the advanced chassis, suspension and powertrain set-up from its more powerful stablemate, the track focused Exige Cup 430, with a recalibrated engine producing 410 hp  at 7,000 rpm and 420 Nm on tap from 3,000 rpm to 7000 rpm. The high-performance 3.5-litre, supercharged and charge cooled V6 engine combined with a dry weight of just 1,054 kg (lightest possible dry) delivers a class-leading power to weight ratio of 389 hp / tonne, and makes the Exige Sport 410 the lightest V6 Exige ever.

Lotus Exige Sport 410 engine

Capable of 0-100km/h in just 3.3 seconds, it records fierce in-gear acceleration before reaching a top speed of 290 km/h. The Exige Sport 410 has been developed to generate 150 kg of downforce, sharing design cues from the Exige Cup 430, adopting a visually arresting revised lightweight front clam panel incorporating wider grilles and carbon fibre air curtains and front splitter.

Lotus Exige Sport 410 coupe

As with all Lotus cars, the Exige Sport 410 has outstanding handling and lightweight agility engineered into its very DNA. Conveying an extraordinary level of tactility and precision, it’s developed to perform at its very best with maximum enjoyment and driver feedback on the road.

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Drop them a line to find out more @ 012-317 6606. Address: 43, Jalan Astaka U8/84A, Bukit Jelutong, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor. Or you can visit their website https://www.lotuscars.com/en-GB/dealer/toycarz-malaysia/# and leave your details and they will contact you. 

Lotus Exige Sport 410

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