Roadsters and sports cars Lotus Elise Lotus Exige family, released in 2008, it is now possible to equip with modern digital display instead of the original factory equipment. And it’s not a third-party tuning, and development of the manufacturer, a seamless fit into the front panel.
Device with six-inch high-contrast TFT screen is designed primarily for fans of track days: it has built-in GPS technology and preinstalled information about 4 127 race tracks around the world.
The system automatically determines that the driver was on one of those tracks that will allow him to calculate the lap times and analyze your results in real time or later, downloading recorded data to a computer – in order to improve them. In addition, there is a tidy connector for the connection of portable action cameras, so you can remove the check on video.
In the UK this option will cost 1 470 pounds, when installed from an authorized dealer it is covered by a two year warranty. Prices for other countries will vary from market to market.
Currently, Lotus Cars is on the verge of major change. The company is going to launch a series of 2000-strong electric hypercar Evija, to significantly expand the production of Chinese Geely and capacity to mass production of fundamentally new, very comfortable model – the first since the Evora coupe, which appeared in 2009.