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homw many left gives us uk numbers..  by adding up all the varieties i guess.. 

but roughly how many evoras are there in existence to date,  does anyone have any idea?

 

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https://www.thelotusforums.com/forums/topic/73731-how-many-evoras-in-the-uk/ UK is approx 15% of the worldwide market last time I asked. 

Have you had your Certificate of Provenance yet?

When you do, maybe ask Andy Graham the question. If anyone knows, it will be him. 

https://www.thelotusforums.com/forums/topic/73731-how-many-evoras-in-the-uk/

UK is approx 15% of the worldwide market last time I asked. 

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2 hours ago, andyj007 said:

ooo thought it be more than 15%....    thanks BIbs

 

Almost 50% of the production of the 430 which will drop once the US start taking delivery 

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I found this article which wshould assist with our guesstimate

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/spy-shots/lotus/what-is-lotus-up-to-in-2017-and-beyond/

The Evora 400 is currently the car with the highest profit margin in Lotus’s range, and gaining federal approval for the US is considered ‘the biggest breakthrough’ on that front.

Since the car’s August US launch, Lotus had taken 300 orders as of October 2016, and has been exporting cars at a rate of 50 a month.

That compares with a less rosy 200 orders across the Lotus range as a whole in 2014, and 250 in 2015. By the end of 2016, Lotus has forecast around 700 orders. In 2018 it ideally aims to hit 2400-2500 cars, and in 2020 4000 cars a year is the goal – ‘the new Elise in the US can do that for us,’ Gales says. ‘We are here to stay. We can afford the development.’

 

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On 20/12/2018 at 15:06, Bravo73 said:

Have you had your Certificate of Provenance yet?

no not for the evora..  

 

 

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