Amazing Lotus Evora presented at British Motor Show (photo)

23 07 2008

Lotus present at London its first all new car in over 13 years, the Evora. Proclaiming as the first mid-engined 2+2 in production, the Evora potentially gives Lotus access to a, much wider scale of clientele. As an outcome, Lotus has packed the Evora with services and organism comforts such as leather seats, on-live tyre hassle monitoring, air-conditioning, airbags, Alpine multi-media order, satellite navigation, tape, Bluetooth hands-released call and iPod connectivity functions, reversing camera and more.

All the points to the Evora being more of a ‘lifestyle’ vehicle instead of the tribe-inspired pedant car we have scholarly to known and affection. However, Lotus promises once you’re seated behind its downright-bottomed steering controls, it feels every bit as exotic and fair as you would imagine a Lotus to be.

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Despite all the above cram, Lotus has compensated with a light heaviness inner body configure which weighs just 200 kg (prototype credence), plateful to keep the substance of the entire car to just 1350 kg.

Add in Toyota’s all-alloy 2GR-FE 3.5-litre V6 producing 280 PS, Bilstein/Eibach suspension, Lotus AP Racing 4 piston calipers with vented and resist-drilled brake discs and this lightly appointed everyday cosset itinerant turns into the imprints scorcher clever of sub 5 second 0-60 mph sprints while achieving sub-225 g/km and fuel consumption in the zone of 30+ mpg.

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23 07 2008
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Now THAT is a sick lotus! I wouldn’t mind driving one.. haha! I cant wait to see one of these in real life

23 07 2008

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