January 19, 2017

Driven: Evora S IPS Sports Racer

The Sports Racer is the evolution of the Evora offering a fully specced car with all options ticked at a 'package price'. Our test car is presented in Daytona Blue which is a real eye catcher and indeed attention grabbing colour with black detailing on the roof and under door sills, front splitter and rear diffuser to mark it out from the normal Evora. It is also fitted with gloss black 19" and 20" wheels with red calipers which finish off the car nicely and black 'Lotus' and 'Evora S' badges on its rear end. Sports Racer's come in this colour and also 6 other colours … [Read more...]

Lotus Evora Long Term Test – MY12 Evora S IPS

Moving on from the Evora IPS to the MY12 S IPS was a good opportunity to remind myself of the many changes promised to the car last year. It was also nice to get back on summer tyres from the Yoko W-Drive's which were starting to suffer from the warmer weather so the P-Zero Corsa's were welcomed with open arms! With all the upgrades focussed on the driver and making the car a more attractive ownership prospect you can't fail to enjoy the experiences the MY12 has to offer. In the cabin, the new steering wheels is a pleasure to hold and looks very racy, much in line … [Read more...]

MY12 Evora – First impressions

Lotus's longest established dealership, Bell & Colvill opened the doors of their showroom for 2 days recently to allow potential customers the chance to get close to the MY12 Evora in both manual and IPS variants and try for themselves the updated and improved car. With the Evora model now having been available for over two and a half years Lotus have put in place a number of improvements as outlined in our recent 'Evora Reloaded' article, all aimed at bringing the quality of the car higher with the focus on driver engagement and involvement. TLF are swapping … [Read more...]

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