Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster CSR2, tune and shift pattern

Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster is the Prestige Cup Car of Season 4. The Exige 350 Roadster is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 2.

Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster specifications

The real Exige Sport 350 Roadster

The Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster was launched in 2016.

Lotus returned to its brand values and turned the weight screw. Major contributions to weight optimization include a tailgate with air vents. A lighter battery. A lighter engine suspension, an open center console with gearshift gate, lighter heating, ventilation and air conditioning components, and optimized noise insulation. Overall, this makes the Exige 51 kg lighter. With the lightweight options, the total weight of the Exige Sport 350 is reduced to 1,115 kg.

The suspension (firmer dampers), wheel geometry and manual transmission have also been revised. The driver experience switch, called the DPM system at Lotus, has new, larger switches with an improved feel. The switches for the headlights and rear fog lights are now located near the new engine start button.

Unchanged in the course of the model update is the 350 hp and 400 Nm 3.5-liter V6 supercharged engine, which accelerates the Exige Sport 350 as a manual to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and promises a top speed of 274 km/h. The automatic version sprints in 3.8 seconds, but only reaches a maximum of 261 km/h.

In Europe, the Lotus Exige Sport 350 was available from February 2016. Prices started at 74,000 euros.

The CSR2 Exige Sport 350 Roadster

The 1 yellow star Lotus can fit 60 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Exige should run 10.051s. To sum up, the Lotus is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 2.

Prestige CupSeason 4

Lotus Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster tune and shift pattern

Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster
Tier2
NOS321 / 5.9
Transmission3.40
Tires53 / 47
Wining shift patternPerfect start, perfect 2nd and NOS, rest perfect shifts (stay in 4th)
Time10.051

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