Exige is a name given to the most potent cars Lotus produces, but does removing the roof dumb it down?
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Exige is the name that Lotus gives to the most hard-core, extreme car it makes. This new one is beyond brilliant; so good, in fact, that we're not sure whether it can be improved upon.
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The new feature will automatically encrypt e-mail sent on the service, regardless of the destination. Replies and forwards of messages will also be encrypted.
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