There are lots of great sports cars made in the UK. Aston Martin, Jaguar, Morgan, and Lotus are the most celebrated. The last one offers a couple of exotic and stylish models like Elise, Exige, and Evora. Their price is not very friendly.
2017 Lotus Evora 400
Lotus Cars is a relatively small British brand, smaller than Aston Martin or Jaguar. And thus, it has no subsidiaries in the US – only the network of affiliated dealerships. That’s why the Lotus Cars official site doesn’t provide visitors with the cars’ MSRP. However, American dealerships have approximately the same pricing policy. California-based Lotus of West Covina, for instance, sells 2017 Lotus Evora 400 models for a price that ranges from $93,230 (for 2017 Lotus Evora 400 2+2 6-Speed Manual) to $105,430 (for 2017 Lotus Evora 400 2+2 IPS Coupe).
Lotus Evora’s Generations
The Lotus Elise and its ascendants, the Lotus Exige and the Lotus Europe S, were the main selling force of Lotus for two decades. In 2008, the British automaker revealed the Lotus Evora – based on the entirely different all-new platform. Since then, the company has made a whole bunch of Evora’s derivatives, including the Evora GTE Road Car, the Evora S, the Evora 400, the Evora Sport 410, and the Evora 414E Hybrid, but all of them belong to the first generation.
Lotus Evora’s Future
Lotus Cars has a very limited model range where titles like Evora mean very much. It is the main selling force that gives revenue and builds the brand’s reputation. So, the Lotus Evora will live for a long time – for decades, probably, until some other brand-new model will not replace it. Eventually, it’ll be a part of history, like the beautiful Lotus Eclat or Lotus Excel, for instance.