The Eagle has landed but is officially known as the Evora. As promised, Lotus‘ long-anticipated Project Eagle has finally made its official debut at the London England auto show.The Evora is aimed to compete with Porsche’s Cayman on the performance side, but will be slightly more practical thanks to its available 2+2 passenger layout. Lotus is promising the Evora’s cabin will be the most comfortable it has produced to date, with easier ingress and egress than any of its other models. Leather seats from Recaro, a closing glove box, and storage bins and cup holders will all be standard equipment.
The Evora will be hand crafted and built on a dedicated new assembly line within Lotus’s advanced manufacturing facility at Hethel in the east of England; capacity limitations will restrict production to approximately 2000 cars a year, ensuring the dynamic new sports car’s rarity and exclusivity.
contact the Lotus sales Team at Fort Lauderdale collection for more information and to secure your order for the New Lotus Evora