Powered by a reworked 3.5-liter V6 version of the Toyota Aurion and the body is made of aluminum, which weighs about 1350kg Evora. That's positive for Lotus fat but still light with six-cylinder sports car standards. Part of the weight loss is due to hitherto unheard of features in Lotus, as an optional Alpine sound system with 7-inch touchscreen, satellite navigation, iPod connectivity, Bluetooth hands-free, and DVD player.
Skin cream with lashings of beautiful decorating everything from the dashboard, the seats and armrests, as well as generous portion of the metal brush, the interior is an inviting place to be, whether you're running for 100km / h in about five seconds, with a relaxed Sunday drive or just gawking.Downside
Among the mid-mounted engine and front seats are a pair of optional rear seat. Because of the scarcity of rear leg room, but we can not imagine anyone larger than a toddler happily sit in the back more than five minutes.There is also a 160-liter boot, allegedly large enough for a set of golf clubs.
It's great to see Lotus pushing its limits by offering a mix of luxury cars and modern facilities needed drivers, with the traditional Lotus virtues, such as low body weight. Embarrassed about time though.