Lotus Evora Coupes

Lotus Evora

About Lotus Evora

Large by the standards of the small British automaker, the 2014 Lotus Evora is still small by American standards. Nonetheless, this Lotus sports car can be had with a pair of small rear seats, although they're so small that it's better to just stick with the cargo shelf that's standard. If you're expecting extreme horsepower and brutal acceleration from the Evora, then you don't really "get" what Lotus is about. While certainly quick, the Evora's forte is handling, rather than outright speed. Unlike other contemporary Lotus cars, the Evora's interior is comfortable and quiet, although without the frills of a Porsche Cayman, Audi S5, or even the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. At a starting price of $70,000 it isn't cheap, but the exclusivity is hard to match.

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2014 Lotus Evora
What's new for 2014?
2014 Lotus Evora

From the tire tread to the rooftop, the 2014 Lotus Evora carries over unchanged from last year's model.

2013 Lotus Evora
What's new for 2013?
2013 Lotus Evora

After receiving an optional automatic transmission in 2012, the low-volume Lotus Evora carries over mostly unchanged for model year 2013.

2012 Lotus Evora
What's new for 2012?
2012 Lotus Evora

2012 Lotus Evora and Evora S models are now available with a 6-speed automatic transmission called Intelligent Precision Shift, or IPS. Lotus says the system will adapt to your driving style, and it features steering-wheel-mounted paddles that allow manual shifting.

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