Lotus Evora pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

The Lotus Evora Launch Edition, a car that comes with a few practicality but with stringing performance, has arrived as the sole 2+2 mid-engined sports car on the auto market.

There will be an initial 450 units that will be produced to be used as a trial run. Power under the hood comes from a 3.5-liter V6 powerplant that can generate 280 hp and 342 Nm of torque.

Acceleration rate is 0-100km/h at 5 seconds and maximum speed attained is 260km/h. Fuel consumption rating is 8.7 liters every 100 kilometers. (32mpg) Imp) and carbon emission is pegged at 205g/km.

New to the Launch Edition are silver cast alloy rims, bi-xenon headlights, a rearward-looking camera and a sound system from Alpine Imprint.

Ardent Red and British Racing Green are the standard colors of the Launch Edition, but buyers can select other colors from the Lotus Palette. Options available to customers for personalization include the losing of the rear seats in favor of more luggage space.

LED interior lighting illuminates the instrument panel in soft blue light aimed at providing contrast with the smooth leather interior. The price tag for the Evora 2+2 is 65,000 Euros contingent on the country it is purchased. Sale will begin this coming May since production has already begun.

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