Lotus Evora

The Lotus Evora is a sports car produced by the British manufacturer Lotus Cars. The car, which was developed under the project name Project Eagle, was released on July 22, 2008 Evora at the British International Motor Show.

Lotus Evora is based on the platform the first completely new car since the introduction of the Lotus Elise Lotus Cars in 1995 (the Exige was introduced in 2000 and 2006 are derived from the Elise S Europe). The Evora is the first car of the three vehicles are built on the same platform, the remaining two vehicles will be on sale until 2011.

Evora is the first product of a five-year plan begun in 2006 to expand the Lotus line of cars. As such, it is the latest car models Lotus Elise and its derivatives (Exige, Europa S, etc.), with an estimated curb weight of the base is 1350 kg (3000 lb). It currently the only model of the Lotus 2 +2 configuration, although it has indicated that also offers a two-seat configuration, which is called 'plus zero' option. It also the only mid-equipped 2 +2 coupe for sale. The interior design is more appropriate to give people longer, such as Lotus CEO Mike Kimberley, and two 99th percentile (6'5"), American males.

Cooling boot behind the engine is large enough to contain a set of golf clubs, although Lotus Design Russell Carr, chief denies that this was intentional. Lotus Evora intends to compete in different market sectors, including the Porsche Cayman.

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