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Lotus Elise 111R

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The Lotus Elise 111R is a mid-engined roadster manufactured by Lotus between 2004 and 2011.

The 111R is powered by a fuel-injected 1.8L Toyota engine codenamed ‘2ZZ-GE’ producing 189bhp. The powerplant is also utilised by the Lotus Exige. For model year 2011, the Elise received a facelift.


Need for Speed: Most Wanted Edit

The Lotus Elise is unlocked upon defeating the eighth Blacklist racer Jewels. It can be bought for $48,000 in any car lot within the perimeter of Rockport .

The Elise is a light car and possesses very responsive handling although it has the lowest standard top speed figure compared to other vehicles of its tier. It also has the second-smallest engine in Need for Speed: Most Wanted with Fiat Punto being the smallest.

The acceleration of the Elise is up to par with any vehicle within its range. Its top speed can be easily beaten by bigger cars such as the Aston Martin DB9 .

The Elise is a very competitive car in every race type. It is particularly useful in tight tracks but should not be used in pursuits as its mass is insufficient for ramming police vehicles.

Need for Speed: Carbon Edit

The Lotus Elise appears as a tier 2 exotic in Need for Speed: Carbon. With a price tag of $50,000, it is the cheapest tier 2 exotic in the game. Its unlock is dependent on the starter vehicle of the player;

Exotic Career . Take over Ocean View in Fortuna .

Muscle Career . Take over Hills Borough in Fortuna.

Tuner Career . Take over South Fortuna .

The Elise is seen with a sharp handling again, which is comparable to that of tier 2 tuners. Other performance statistics such as acceleration and top speed are very similar to its Most Wanted rendition. In pursuits, the Elise has a low durability.

If the player chosed an exotic as starter car, Blocker Neville will swap his Alfa Romeo Brera with a Lotus Elise with the same livery.

Need for Speed: ProStreet Edit

The Lotus Elise in Need for Speed: ProStreet is unlocked upon dominating the Super Promotion Showdown: Chicago race day. The Elise costs $46,000 in the car lot.

It has a direct steering and a decent acceleration. Thus it’s strongly recommended for any circuit race event with technical corners and vertices. The Elise performs in other race types such as in Drift well too.

Once the player car has upgraded their car with high level performance parts, the Elise is capable of drag times lower than eight seconds.

The Elise has a low top speed and is not suitable for Speed Challenges.

Need for Speed: Undercover Edit

The Lotus Elise appears in Need for Speed: Undercover as a tier 4 vehicle. It can be purchased for $42,500.

The Elise’s handling remains unaltered in Need for Speed: Undercover. Its acceleration is somewhat too weak if compared to the Nissan Silvia (S15). The top speed (176 mph/283 kmh) of the Elise is one of the worst within its class.

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Shift Series Edit

The Lotus Elise appears in Need for Speed: Shift as a tier 2 vehicle with a price tag of $60,000. It is unlocked upon accumulating 30 stars and capable of a Works upgrade.

The Lotus Elise apppears in Shift 2: Unleashed as a Modern Road vehicle with a performance index rating of D 460 and handling rating of 3,24. Players can purchase it for $35,000.

With a low weight and a decent amount of power, the Lotus Elise is one of the best choices for any race course in both Shift instalments. It has a stellar steering, which makes high-speed cornering without any difficulties possible. It is especially recommended for players who need a quick sports car that is easy to control.

Top speed-wise, it may not be up to par with stronger cars though.

Need for Speed: World Edit

The Lotus Elise had been featured in Need for Speed: World since the Asian beta as a Tier 2 vehicle. As part of the car class update. it is featured as a Class B vehicle with a H.A.T. rating of 500.

It was already included in the Asian Beta. The Elise is currently retired from the dealership and was purchaseable for $400,000 or 2,100. The Elise could also be rented in a Trisor trim.

The Elise is one of the best handling tier cars in the game, as evident by a very high handling rating and superb steering precision, which makes high-speed turning in almost every type of corner possible. Acceleration is underwhelming compared to cars with a higher H.A.T. rating.

Since the August 22nd, 2012 patch, the Elise received a better acceleration and a higher top speed of 157 mph (253 kmh) at the cost of its previously decently performing nitrous boost. Its steering responsiveness was significantly improved as well. The Elise can turn better than the Lotus Exige Cup 260. but feels twitchy at low speeds.

The Elise can be made to a competitive Class A car, if the player installs pro series performance parts or better. Its acceleration can be signficantly improved with these upgrades for better performance on straight roads and to allow it to keep up with more powerful and heavier Class A cars.

It is best used in race tracks with a series of consecutive corners to outmatch less agile and heavier cars. The Elise performs poorly in Team Escape and Pursuit Outrun. as its light chassis cannot sustain rammings well, especially in head-on collisions with Rhino SUVs .

The Trisor is a retired one-day rental of the Elise. It has performance upgrades applied and is customised with a body kit and rims. Its livery consists of a yellow stripe and a green paint. Players could rent it for 150 .

Trivia Edit

Need for Speed: ProStreet and Undercover are the only games in the series to feature the Lotus Elise with a stripe vinyl in stock form.

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