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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-31-2009, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Question Late-Model Type Numbers

...i've started a weekend project to add a lotus cars timeline to all the relevant wikipedia entries, but i don't have any really good sources of information on late-model type numbers...

...might someone with more expertise than i know the official type numbers for the evora, europa, and most recent elise/exige variants?..

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-02-2009, 04:56 AM
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AFAIK the list for most 'Modern' road going type numbers is:

111 - S1 Elise
116 - VX220/Opel Speedster
117 - S2 Elise, Rover K16 based engine
120 - S2 Elise, Toyota engines (1ZZ and 2ZZ)
121 - S2 Elise, Toyota engine, Federal
122 - Exige S2
123 - Exige S2 (Federal)
124 - Europa
127 - 2-11
128 - Exige Supercharged
129 - Exige Supercharged (Federal)
131 - Elise S (1ZZ)
132 - Evora

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FYI, if you are tracking special edition cars as well...
25 Jim Clark edition Elise (Type 25) were built in 2008. They were british racing green, with a yellow stripe, black and silver wheels and black and red leather seats. (Very similar to the Type 25 race car appearance. Only for the UK market.

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