Lotus Evora 2010 review

          The Lotus Evora is offered like an evolution for Lotus in the manufacture of exciting lightweight British sports cars that was known in recent years predominantly as the masters of the Lotus Elise and Exige series. The Lotus Evora with greenlighted for production and a release in summer of 2009 that has sports car fans worldwide marveling at its beautiful design.

         The Evora's interior was designed with Alpine multi-media system with a 7 inch touch-screen provides advanced audio, satellite navigation, video, Bluetooth® hands-free telephone and iPod® connectivity functions; the screen also serves as a monitor for The Evora's optional reversing camera. 

        It was powered by 3.5-litre V6 engine producing 280 PS and weighing just 1350 kg the Evora promises breathtaking performance. The Lotus chassis engineers report that it is extremely agile and great fun to drive, the Evora offers a more refined ownership experience than Lotus's existing smaller four-cylinder models. Its elegantly styled cabin is elegantly trimmed and its equipment list includes contemporary features such as an advanced touch-screen multi-media system and electric power-fold door mirrors.


          * Type of engine: Mid-mounted, transverse, DOHC VVT
          * Displacement cu in (cc): 3456 cc
          * Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 276 hp @ 6400 rpm
          * Top Speed: Approx. 160 mph
          * Fuel Economy: >30 mpg
          * Emissions: <225 g/km
          * Price (est): $ 78,000


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