“Evora, Sublime Supercar” has made it to the shelves after renown author Johnny Tipler followed the development of Lotus’ newest car through it’s initial phases through to production and handover. We’re carrying it in our online shop for immediate worldwide shipping and you can view the details by clicking the link below.
Every fascinating stage of the evolution of the stunning new Lotus Evora is explored in this fully comprehensive book, Lotus Evora – Sublime Supercar. From its conception, through development, prototype testing, certification, production and on to the marketing of the car, every part of this captivating story is covered in depth.
Produced with the full co-operation of Lotus Cars, who once again gave Coterie Press exclusive access to their photo archives as well as their employees, this book contains the reminiscences of virtually everyone involved in the concept, design and development of the Evora.
Author Johnny Tipler was the only journalist invited to see and drive the Evora before it was launched to the press and public. With unprecedented access and surprising candor, he is able to describe in detail all of the development stages, through to the construction of the first production examples, culminating in the car’s press debut in Scotland. His close involvement with Lotus, and their obvious enthusiasm for the Evora project, is reflected by the openness of all involved who tell him the full story behind this stunning new car.
Johnny Tipler is a motoring writer with 35 books published on a variety of topics, includingAyrton Senna’s three years at Team Lotus and Ronnie Peterson’s biography, both for Coterie Press. His other Lotus titles range from the Formula 1 Types 25 & 33, and the ground-effect Formula 1 Types 78 & 79, to Elise S1, and Lotus & Caterham Sevens. He has freelanced for several leading motor sport and classic car publications, most recently the Hethel-based, Lotus Club International magazine and 911 & PorscheWorld.
Binding: Hardback with dust jacket,
Size: 297 x 297mm (12 x 12in)
Images: 318 colour photographs