2012 Lotus Elise Club Racer
2012 Lotus Elise Club Racer takes the approach stripped-to-the-bare-bone are visualized by the colored body that is manifested in many ways like a sports car derived from the battery light and noise insulation has been erased. This car has been given special attention to the performance of a lightweight and has been applied throughout the car.
For the first time that a variant of Sport Elise is equipped with a setup for Dynamic Performance Management (DPM) that is able to reduce to make the driver feel experienced with this sports car. Club Racer The lotus Elise’s ability can no doubt to turn it off completely would be very nice track this driver-oriented car. DPM system has been combined with improved agility. The lotus sports suspension and adjustable anti-roll bar that will make the lotus Elise Club Racer same versatile for fun on the race track. Wolf Zimmermann Chief Technical Officer Lotus Cars said: “The traditional Lotus approach of reduction and purity has led to one of the most zeitgeist and contemporary sports cars around. For over 15 years the Lotus Elise has become an icon in the sports car market, carving out a niche market with a dedicated following of lightweight fans. The new Club Racer will definitely give these people something extra for get their teeth stuck into. This car epitomises everything that’s cool about the Elise – it’s fast, raw, responsive and a huge amount of fun to drive.” Quality of the entire vehicle is a top priority, highly respected suppliers of components such as Eibach springs and Bilstein shocks to make for the Lotus Elise Club Racer is a car of substance and style. The Lotus Elise Club Racer pleases the eye and the soul with a choice of six striking colors (Sky Blue, Saffron Yellow, Ardent Red, Aspen White, Matte Black and Carbon Grey) and custom-design elements that the character of the Car emphasis. It is pleasing to pocket at £ 27,500 / € 34.450 / CHF48, 900, the Lotus Elise Club Racer marks the new entry level sports car from Lotus. And with the standard Elise just 149g / km of CO2 plus the weight reduction, the new Club Racer offers up fun without too much of the green-guilt is usually associated with high-performance driving.