The 2012 Lotus Exige S is one of the up and coming models from Lotus. As the name would imply, these cars would be released into the market sometime in 2012. Most have commented that this new line is a definite improvement from the disappointments experienced with the current models. The new Exige S gets an overall remodelling in terms of the body, engine and interiors. Well, of course as with any other automobile built for speed, it’s all about what’s under that hood.
2012 LOTUS EXIGE S
This new Exige S for 2012 is built with a 346 horsepower engine. Basically, they lifted the engine from another model the Evora S and infused it into this new Exige model. Which is in fact a brilliant idea since it provides the Exige S with a supercharged engine but with more tweaking. Modifications to the engine have been made to ensure optimal performance which according to the CEO of Lotus, Dany Bahar, can only be termed as “ultimate Lotus experience.”
This new model has a Lotus Dynamic Performance Management (DPM) system that enables drivers to switch between drive modes namely, DPM off, touring and sport modes. In some models, there will also be inclusions of a “Race” and “Race pack” control modes. As for the interior of the 2012 Exige, it comes in two trims: the Premium Sport and Premium. Though details have been released, no specifications on the trims have yet to be given.
2011 MAYBACH EDITION 125
The 2011 Maybach Edition 125 is a special edition car made in celebration of their 125 years. This particular model is said to be the one to provide a lot of top of the line features when it comes to automobiles. Similar with the classic Maybach, this model also carries a similar two-toned paint job but with some variation in terms of the hues.
The particular subtle variations with the paint job Tahiti Black and Patagonia Silver are actually unique to this special edition model. In addition to this feature they also incorporated 20 inch matte wheels and a new grille. Nowadays, car engineer are geared towards making cars of the future emission free and the 2011 Maybach 125 special edition is no exception. It will supposedly run on 12 cylinder engines with reduced to no carbon dioxide outputs. This better performance engine also reduces the consumption of fuel which contributes to the decrease in carbon dioxide emission.
Ultimately, the special edition Maybach 2011 model has a lot of potential. It has a lot of promising features that can provide any driver with one of the best driving experiences to date. In comparison to most other luxury cars, aside from featuring its luxurious and spacious interiors, this model also features a more personalized option. The interiors are designed with a topstitching that makes use of silver complemented with a trims of black carbon fibre and a black piano finish which all together bring a more rich and sleek feel to the automobile. As for the dashboard and glove box, it features and embroidered finish.