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The Evora 400 does everything that makes Lotus great, while losing the things that don't.

Simplify and add convenience.

Plus the skinny about electric power steering straight from the CEO.

Put away your pitchforks. No decision has been made yet and there's plenty of good Lotus news.

In order to meet US emissions targets, Lotus reportedly plans to bring a detuned version of the new Evora 400 to North America, minus the supercharger.

As much as we love convertible sportscars, Lotus needs another model.

Lotus plans an Evora 400 Roadster for the United States, which it expects will make up more than half of its sales. That's great, but it won't be enough.

Lotus shows its latest lightweight models in Geneva by displaying the Evora Sport 410, Exige Sport 350, and Elise Cup 250. This trio could put a smile on any driver's face.

The Lotus Evora Sport 410 has more power and less weight than the Evora 400, and a North American specific version of the new coupe arrives later this year.

Hethel is getting into the personalization business with the launch of its new Lotus Exclusive program, available on new and existing models this year.

Evo's 2015 Car of the Year test unleashes 11 of the world's greatest performance cars on the picturesque roads of Scotland to find the absolute best.

Xcar checks out the Lotus Evora 400 to see if the sports car can take the fight to Porsche.

Lotus is bringing the new Evora 400, complete with the requisite safety upgrades, to the US later this year, with a lift-roof roadster variant to follow six months later as part of a renewed American push.

Lotus has announced a new push into the North American market, with headquarters moving to Ann Arbor, an expanded dealer network, and the new Evora 400 arriving in December.

Lotus has raised the price significantly for the new-and-improved Evora 400 revealed in Geneva this year, but is gives its customers a lot of performance and upgraded equipment for the extra scratch.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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