Before reading this article, who remembers the name of this sports car equipped with a Honda supercharged engine, which appears in the attached video in the article while performing a speed show on the hill track in the HillClimb Monsters Championship.
The star of this article is the British sports car Lotus Exige K24, a special version of the Exige model that was first produced by the British company Lotus in 2000. The car got a very GT3-esque bespoke Widebody kit developed for over 5 years until its final form, which can be seen here.
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Mechanical specifications of the K24 version of Lotus Exige
This British car is powered by a supercharged Honda engine that is called K24 as this 2.4L engine consists of four cylinders, and it generates 350 hp! This sports car is also distinguished by its extremely light weight r, which is only 800 kg, reflecting positively on the car performance.
It is worth noting that this racing car is based on the Lotus Exige Sears 2 version that was manufactured during the years from 2004 to 2006, and based mainly on Toyota’s 1.8-liter engine that generates 190 hp (193 PS) and 187 Newton meters of torque. The engine is connected to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, accelerating from zero to a speed of 96 km / h (60 mph) in 4.7 seconds, and to a top speed of 237 km / h.
It is worth noting that the Honda SuperCharged K24 engine, which was manufactured during the years from 2001 to 2012 was available on the following Honda cars:
- Honda CR-V.
- Honda Civic R.
- Honda Accord Type S.
- Honda Odyssey.
- Honda Element.
- Honda Stream.
- Honda Civic.
- Honda Accord
- Acura RSX