Opening the line-up is the Exige Sport 390 Final Edition. Powering the model is a 3.5-litre supercharged V6 petrol engine shared with the wider Exige range, tuned to develop 397 bhp (403 PS; 296 kW) and 420 N⋅m (310 lb⋅ft). An came up 0-100km/h sprint time of 3.8 seconds, towards to a top speed of 276km/h. The ‘entry-level’ Exige tips the scales in at 1138kg – the three model variants. This advanced aerodynamic package – comprising a splitter, diffuser, and spoiler– produces 70kg of downforce at the rear and 45kg up front, for a total of 115kg at top speed. Two 17-inch front and two 18-inch rear 10-spoke forged alloy wheels hide in the wheel wells, wrapped in 205/45 front and 265/35 rear Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres.

Sitting above the Sport 390 is the Exige Sport 420 Final Edition. It’s the fastest vehicle in the line-up in a straight line, extracting 420 bhp (426 PS; 313 kW), and 427 N⋅m (315 lb⋅ft) from its 3.5-litre supercharged V6 to complete the 0-100km/h sprint. and rocketing to a top speed of 290km/h. Weighing 1110kg, stopping power comes from AP Racing brakes, with forged four-piston calipers and two-piece J-Hook brake discs at all four corners. Adjustable Eibach anti-roll bars and three-way adjustable Nitron dampers are standard, as are 17-inch front and 18-inch lightweight forged alloy wheels wrapped in 215/45 front and 285/30 rear Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber.

Sitting atop the range is the Exige Cup 430 Final Edition, which derives 430 bhp (436 PS; 321 kW) and 440 N⋅m (325 lb⋅ft) from its supercharged V6 powerplant, This variant picks up carbon-fibre panels on the front splitter, front access panel, roof, diffuser surround, air-intake side pods, one-piece tailgate, and rear wing – good for 171kg of downforce at its top speed of 280km/h. tyre and brake packages carry over to the top-spec car, though the Cup 430 gains diamond-shape 17-inch front and 18-inch rear alloy wheels, a high-flow titanium sports exhaust, and a multi-mode traction control system.

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