If it's a 2005 must be pre-wired for lotus driving lights.
"Pre-wired" is a misnomer. All the cars are pre-wired for the actual Driving Lights. The early cars are wired so that the Driving Lights come on whenever the high beams are turned on (the Driving Lights are axillary - very bright - high beams, that shine far down the road).
Mid '05 they changed to "pre-wired" - what this means is that there is wiring in the light panel to add a switch to turn off the Driving Lights. They still are powered only
when the high beams are on, but the switch gives you the option of not letting them come on at all.
Frankly, it's not needed, as everybody leaves them set to turn on whenever the High Beams are active.
The reason for adding the switch was legal. Some states (including the one I live in) only allow four lights to shine from the front of the car. Since the low beams remain on when you change to high beams, you have four lights. Adding Driving Lights makes your car shine six lights which can be technically illegal depending on your state laws - therefore Lotus had to add the switch to ensure the car was legal everywhere.
But the practical side is that you can only turn on your high beams when there is no one if front of you, so what does it matter. The state laws were originally intended for the guys driving around in 4x4s with 20 lights mounted on their roll bars.
Bottom line is that pre-wired or not pre-wired, it doesn't really matter. The lights will come on with the high beams either way.
Oh yea, the early "non-pre-wired" cars are more likely to have dual oil coolers. Dual coolers was changed to single coolers (except on Sport Pack cars) about the same time that they were changed to "pre-wired".