Lotus Evora to be more practical sport car
As far as sports cars go, no one quite does it like Lotus. The company, which was founded in 1953, produced some of the most exciting sports cars on the planet over the last 62 years. The Lotus Evora was first introduced in 2009 following its reveal at the British International Motor Show. In 2010 the Evora S was launched and a facelifted Evora 400 was introduced in 2015.
Evora’s name is derived from the words evolution, vogue and aura and follows the Lotus tradition of beginning model names with an “E”.
The Lotus Evora was part of the company’s 2006 plan to expand the Lotus line-up. They wanted to create a vehicle that would appeal to the mainstream and be more practical on the road compared to the great number of the company’s track-specialized offerings. Evora also marks the first time a 2 + 2 configuration was available on a Lotus vehicle.
If you are thinking about picking yourself up an Evora you’ll be pleased to know that it could be yours for about £45,000 to £50,000, which isn’t too bad compared to similar vehicles on the market.
Evora received a lot of praise upon its release with the likes of Jeremy Clarkson giving it a somewhat positive review.
Many praised it for its comfort and excellent handling whilst agreeing that its rear seats have no enough legroom.
Whilst the Evora is fantastic, it does have its flaws, which could be enough to put some people off. If you are looking for a slightly less extravagant sports car, the Evora will be perfect for you however if you are looking for something unique and top of the range, we suggest you check out some of Evora’s bigger rivals before making your decision.
- Published On : 3 years ago on December 1, 2015
- Author By : James
- Last Updated : February 26, 2016 @ 10:01 am
- In The Categories Of : Sport
- Tagged With : Evora, Lotus