Lotus Exige Final Edition
Sports Car

Lotus Exige Final Edition For Sale In Australia

- More power
- New digital dashboard
- New steering wheel with leather & alcantara
- New interior trim levels
- New colour options
- Best sports car for sale under $200K


This is the final year of production for the Lotus Exige two-door sports car. There will be a limited quantity of vehicles available for sale in Australia that will be allocated from the global production run. The Exige Sport 390 and Exige Sport 420 will be the last of their kind and equipped with a TFT digital dashboard, Final Edition build plaque, new steering wheel design, new seat trims & patterns as well. 

The power increases come from revised engine calibration and further improves the high performance levels delivered by the Lotus Exige, it tops the lists for best sports cars in Australia. Nothing can compare to its power to weight ratio with 390+ horsepower and 400Nm+ of torque in a chassis that weighs less than 1,200kgs - that's 200-300kgs lighter than most other sports cars.

If you are a track day enthusiast or have ever thought about doing a targa tarmac rally then this sports car is your ideal choice. It's non-nonsense approach gives you a sports car platform that can adapt to different high performance driving needs. Better still we can help modify & upgrade your Exige to suit your needs.

Pricing will vary based on purchase location & specifications. The Lotus Exige 390 starts at $149,500 and the Exige Sport 420 from $169,990 plus on road costs  

There most likely won't be another sports car like it, raw, uncompromising, analogue - a true drivers car for the modern age. Enquire today to see what spec builds are available

Key facts

Lotus Exige Final Edition
3.5L Supercharged V6
0 kms
Fuel type
From $149,500 + on road costs
Green star rating


These cars are the ultimate versions of the Exige, and mark the pinnacle of technical development to showcase more than two decades of engineering excellence. To be built in limited numbers, each is a fitting tribute to performance cars that are, almost uniquely, legends in their own lifetime.


Lotus Exige Sport 390

The new Exige Sport 390 replaces the outgoing Exige Sport 350. The power increase of 47bhp comes from a revised calibration linked to the Edelbrock supercharger with chargecooling, to produce 397bhp and 420Nm. Linked to a light weight of 1,138kg, the Exige Sport 390 accelerates to 60mph in just 3.7 seconds before reaching a top speed of 172mph.

The advanced aerodynamics are carefully balanced, generating 70kg of downforce at the rear and 45kg up front for a total of 115kg at top speed. To put this power on to the road, the Exige Sport 390 has 10-spoke silver lightweight forged alloy wheels (7.5J x 17” front and 10J x 18” rear) and Michelin PS4 tyres (205/45 ZR17 front and 265/35 ZR18 rear).


Lotus Exige Sport 420 Final Edition

The Exige Sport 420 Final Edition gains an extra 10bhp and replaces the outgoing Sport 410. It is the fastest Exige available, topping out at 180mph, with 0-60mph completed in 3.3 seconds. With its light weight of 1,110kg and 420bhp (giving a power to weight of 378bhp per tonne) and 427Nm from the supercharged and chargecooled V6 engine, coupled with a flat torque curve and maximum power available to maximum revs, the Exige is regarded as the most complete driving car of its class.

The list of standard equipment is impressive. Front and rear Eibach anti-roll bars are adjustable and the three-way adjustable Nitron dampers allow for different high and low speed compression settings. The car rides on 10-spoke Anthracite lightweight forged alloy wheels (7.5J x 17” front, 10J x 18” rear) with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres (215/45 ZR17 front and 285/30 ZR18 rear). Stopping power comes from AP Racing brakes with forged, four-piston calipers and two-piece J-hook brake discs. With a higher thermal capacity and improved bite, these discs offer improved debris clearance and reduced vibration for more consistent pedal feel and greater, fade-free performance.

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