2014LotusEvora

Lotus Evora

Inconsistent Brilliance 2011 Lotus Evora S – Click above for high-res image gallery I have a general rule: Don't turn off traction control in anything over 350 horsepower. Adhering to this self-imposed restriction has kept your humble hack out of the weeds more times than I can count....

- Reviewed by Damon Lavrinc

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2014 Lotus Evora
MSRP: $68,480 - $79,980
2013 Lotus Evora
MSRP: $66,800 - $78,600
2012 Lotus Evora
MSRP: $66,100 - $77,600
Lotus readying Evora crossover?!

If it seems to you like every sports car manufacturer is getting into the crossover game, that's because it's pretty much true. And now, we potentially have one more to add to the list, as Britain's Car magazine reports that Lotus – yes, Lotus – is proceeding with plans to build a crossover.
Lotus Evora update coming, new models still on hold

The trials and tribulations at Lotus over the past several years haven't put the company in best financial position, and after the dismissal of Dany Bahar as CEO, the automaker seemed rudderless. Jean-Marc Gales (pictured above) is the new captain at the helm of the British sports car brand, and he seems like the complete opposite of Bahar. Where the former boss was hugely ambitious (perhaps overly), the current CEO has crafted a plan for a gradual turnaround under what he called a "logic-based"
Lotus rolls out factory delivery program for Elise, Exige and Evora

"We are delighted to open our doors to customers so that they can collect their new car from us direct." – Jean-Marc Gales

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2011 Lotus Evora
/ unknown miles / MD
2013 Lotus Evora
$66,595 / 2,508 miles / VA
2014 Lotus Evora
/ unknown miles / MD
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