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Lotus Announces New Factory Delivery Option

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Lotus Exige LF1 Pays Tribute to Formula 1 Success

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Lotus Exige V6 Cup Arrives in America

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Lotus Exige S Roadster to Drop Its Top This Summer

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Lotus Exige V6 Cup Race Car Heading to America

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Lotus Exige S Roadster Unveiled, Not Heading to America

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2012 Lotus Exige To Be Sold In America As Track-Only Car, $85,000 MSRP

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Lotus Exige Teased in New Video [Frankfurt Auto Show Preview]

Ahead of its Frankfurt Auto Show premiere of six new models, Lotus has released a perplexing video teaser of one of these new sports cars. But wait, the above screen shot, taken from the boxer-on-a-race-track Lotus Films production, hints that perhaps Lotus will reveal an all-new Exige in Frankfurt.

Don’t expect a production model, but rather a concept, likely powered by either the same non-existent 2.0-liter 4-cylinder as found in the Elise concept, or perhaps the 3.5-liter V6 shared with the Evora.

Previous reports have also suggested the Exige will be a race car intended for use in rally racing.

In addition, Lotus has promised a new Elise S supercharged model, an Evora S IPS (automatic transmission) model, as well as an Elise SPS – using some type of automated manual gearbox. The remaining two cars are expected to be the production version of the Evora GTE Road Car concept, as well as the special Evora S Freddie Mercury Edition.

Look for more details tomorrow at AutoGuide’s official Frankfurt Auto Show page here.

Watch the video after the jump:

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