The Evora S is currently Lotus' most well-rounded car. Its cabin tech is poor, but it drives so wonderfully -- both on and off the track -- that it'll make you think twice about buying that Porsche.
British sports car maker Lotus began in 1953, and most recently offered its Elise, Exige and Evora models in the US. However, sales were suspended due to non-compliance with US safety regulations.
The new Lotus Evora 400 gives the existing model a makeover and delivers a car that handles as good as it looks. Could this now finally be the contender to take on the 911 that it always wanted to be?
Lotus' ethos for building sports cars concentrates on lightness, and as such, its cars exhibit exceptional performance and reasonable fuel economy. The latest model is the Evora, designed with taller drivers in mind than previous Lotuses.
Automotive News reports on a new Lotus model, and what it means to the company's sales plan.
Lotus fans may not have to wait long for a fix of new Lotii, as the company's beavering away on a new Evora flagship, known as the GTE Road Car Concept.
CNET Car Tech gets drive time on the track and public roads in the 2010 Lotus Evora.
With a chassis designed using race car architecture, the Lotus Evora S is a precision handling machine. A supercharger gives it 99 horsepower per liter. CNET Car Tech takes it out on the track.
The naturally aspirated Lotus Evora launched last year, showing off the Lotus virtues of light weight and race car handling. This year, Lotus straps a supercharger onto the Evora's engine resulting in the Evora S, a car with considerably more torque then its predecessor.
Today's video from Inside Line makes a case of how this new British sports vehicle might be more than just a fun toy for weekend warriors.
Lotus announces two new versions of the Evora, one with a supercharger, and one with an automatic transmission.