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Lotus Evora Model History

All New and Used Evora Model Years and History

Built with the pedigree of a popular British sports car builder, the 2014 Lotus Evora provides track-level performance to the streets with a naturally aspirated or supercharged engine.
2014 Lotus 1297 Evora 27118 0
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Introduced in 2010 as a 2+2 sports car, the mid-engine Lotus Evora adds a more powerful S model and an all-new 6-speed automatic transmission.
2011 Lotus 1297 Evora 21106 0
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The 2010 Lotus Evora is a brand-new model and is the first Lotus in many years to offer a 2+2 seating configuration, yet it still is an exceptional performance sports car.
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In 2010, Lotus introduced the Evora, the only sports car that offered seating for four passengers while boasting a mid-engine. It delivered precision handling, audacious acceleration and cramped seating for two in the back. It was powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that was rated at 276 horsepower. In 2011, Lotus introduced a beefed up Evora S model, and offered an optional automatic transmission as well as optional heated seats and faux-suede seating. The Evora saw no major changes for 2012 or 2013.