Report: Lotus rushing to get massively facelifted Evora out the door
Likewise, Lotus plans to turn its design crew loose on the vehicle's interior as well. The new cabin is said to boast a higher level of standard equipment and a healthier focus on fit, finish and materials as well. Autocar reports that the revised Evora will likely hit dealers late this year as a 2012 model to serve as a stopgap between the company's current stable of old hardware and the new fleet set to arrive in 2013.
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