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Greetings from Dubai. Looking into buying an Evora S IPS MY2014 low kms. I'm moving from the heavy but sporty/comfy Lexus RC-F to Evora as I want the balance more on the track friendly fame of Lotus. I am just worried if IPS can take the heat in track days (2-3 hotlaps, 1 cooling lap). I'm asking as I was warned by a guy who tested them at Dubai Autodrome few years ago. 

Thanks for your support in advance.

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Welcome to TLF. 👋 The IPS cars have a transmission oil cooler (which will have been upgraded in an MY14 car. It might be even beefier for a ME region car): Transmission fluid cooling:

Welcome to TLF. 👋

The IPS cars have a transmission oil cooler (which will have been upgraded in an MY14 car. It might be even beefier for a ME region car):

  • Transmission fluid cooling: Both supercharged and naturally aspirated IPS transmission vehicles is also rationalised with the fitment of a single larger transmission fluid oil cooler mounted ahead of LH front wheel arch.

Therefore, you should be okay regarding IPS temperatures.

Some IPS track users do talk about having to change their driving style to anticipate gear change times though.

 

 

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