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Before the Evora came along, Lotus had most recently been producing incredibly fun but also incredibly inconvenient and punishing little sports cars. Like its smaller Elise and Exige stablemates, the Lotus Evora is built upon a very rigid aluminum chassis that is bonded (not welded or bolted) together. The result is light weight and razor-sharp handling. But unlike its smaller siblings, the Evora features a more calm and comfortable cabin and two rear seats.
Unfortunately, those rear quarters are comically small and unable to comfortably accommodate even the most diminutive passengers. Added sound insulation, power steering and a more refined ride quality make the Evora a more civilized Lotus, but it still trails most other sports cars when it comes to comfort and convenience. Even so, these are fairly small concessions to make in the name of performance.
Used Lotus Evora Models
The Lotus Evora debuted in the 2010 model year. For the following year, the Evora S was added to the lineup, along with the optional automatic transmission, heated seats and the faux-suede upholstery.