Radford is an automotive company that is responsible for the Emira. But it also happens to release other such vehicles like the Lotus. And in seeing these cars, you get a sense that the EV revolution will be strongly held in favor of Radford. After all, they have been teasing the Type 62-2 forever as of recent, thought it was always going to have a foundation off of the Lotus. The Lotus Type 62 happens to be in the same paint as 1960s. The car is going to be built in three different versions. Such as the 62-2 Classic. There’s also a Gold Leaf-spec car as well as the John Player Special version.
The latter two Radford are likely to feature bigger wheels and a better aero as well as more power.
The Type 62-2 utilizes the supercharge of 3.5-liter V-6 found in plenty of Lotuses. The Classic Type 62-2 reaches a good speed at 430 horsepower while if you go for the Gold Leaf, there can be plenty of improvements such as connecting rods and camshafts.
When you enter the John Player Special Type 62-2 happens to give off an assortment of jumps to 600. Then you see those engines, likely they will pair to six-speed manuals or perhaps a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, where the John Player Specials come exclusively to the DCT. When you see the power there, it will only be sent to the rear wheels, while all of the Type 62-2s will lock electronically per different rear differential.
Low weight does play a part in the car development scheme overall. It just has to be realized that it’s a real rad vehicle for the future progression of mankind. And such as is, do we have the potential. When you look at the stats, only 62 of the new-age Lotuses will be constructed. But my how glorious will they be when coming into fruition!