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By Chris Chilton
29 March 2007 07:28
Hold on there. Don’t you remember the old Satria GTi? Okay, so the engine was rough as a a belt-driven sander and the square exhausts and riveted-on arches looked terrible, but it drove well. Very well in fact, because it had been for a chassis work-out at Lotus.
Not exactly, although a hotter one is on the way and this one doesn’t look at all bad. The shape is modern if not exactly distinctive and there are some smart touches on even the most basic versions, including a chrome centre-exit exhaust.
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