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Since the diamond cut wheels are no longer available, no one knows whether to Geneva will be exhibited an Exige V6 with the new wheels?

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I was assuming the same as Tony, and we'll only see black or silver from now on.

 

If only we had the forged wheel option, as the Lotus Motorsport catalogue promised (along with a raft of other upgrades) 'coming in 2014'

 

http://issuu.com/lotuscars/docs/racing_brochure

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Interesting to see on the newly updated Lotus cars website, forged wheel option is mentioned under the wheel sub-menu of the 'features' section on the V6, though if you then go ahead and read the options and options pack section, there is currently nothing in there relating to forged wheels.

 

Then again, under standard features it does say the car has upgraded 2-piece drilled and vented brake discs, then lists two-piece discs as a specific option.......

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Interesting to see on the newly updated Lotus cars website, forged wheel option is mentioned under the wheel sub-menu of the 'features' section on the V6, though if you then go ahead and read the options and options pack section, there is currently nothing in there relating to forged wheels.

 

Then again, under standard features it does say the car has upgraded 2-piece drilled and vented brake discs, then lists two-piece discs as a specific option.......

 

They are drunk?  :w00t:

Over the years ... 1999-2001 Toyota Celica 1.8 ~ 2001-2004 Audi TT Quattro 225 hp ~ 2004-2005 Audi A3 2.0 TDI ~ 2005-2008 Honda S2000 ~ 2008-2014 Lotus Exige 240S ~ 2008-2012 Toyota Aygo 1.0 ~ June 2014-January 2015 Subaru WRX STI my 15 ~ 2013-November 2016 Lexus CT200h ~  June 2015-December 2018 Lotus Exige S V6 ~ NOW ~ January 2019 Lotus Exige 410 Sport ~ December 2016 Honda Civic Type R FK2

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Quite possibly. Andrea. I did use the website feedback button to point out a few of these little 'anomalies' but not the one regarding the wheels as they probably have something planned. Just a few bits of info contradict eachother depending on what section you are reading.

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