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…

- 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
2011 Lotus Evora
MSRP: $64,000 - $81,500
2010 Lotus Evora
MSRP: $73,500 - $73,500
Lotus Evora 400 shows the new face of progress [w/video]

Lotus gives the Evora a thorough, 400-horsepower makeover in time for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, proving that you don't need to start from scratch to get anywhere... and get there fast.
Lotus rolls out new and improved Evora 400

Thanks to a host of revisions, the new Evora 400 will lap the Lotus test track six seconds faster than the Evora S that came before.
Lotus Evora comes in for a facelift

In its never-ending drive for sports car perfection, Lotus has been spotted working on a revised version of the Evora that's expected to debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

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2013 Lotus Evora
$65,900 / 2,667 miles / CT
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$72,995 / 1,208 miles / NY
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