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2010 Lotus Evora – New pics and info

Submitted by on May 3, 2009 – 11:21 pmOne Comment

2010-lotus-evora-10Almost nine months after the Lotus Evora 2+2 GT was revealed back in July 2009, Lotus have finally confirmed that their little sports number will be produced and launched in June this year and be sold as a 2010 model – starting with the European market.

To spice things up a little and get all their potential buyers appetites up, Lotus have just released a new set of interior and exterior pictures of the Evora.

We’re not sure if the Evora is going to make it to the U.S. yet, but some big name celebrities have expressed interest in it. These include Jay Leno, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, London Mayor Boris Johnson, musician Jay Kay, Richard Hammond and James May, Beyoncé, Dave Grohl, George Clooney, Kevin Spacey and Patrick Dempsey – to name just a few.

2010-lotus-evora-2To kick off the sales launch, Lotus will be releasing a special version built in a limited run of just 450 cars. Called the ‘Lotus Evora Launch Edition’, the special version will be available in either Ardent Red or British Racing Green, and come with 2+2 seating, silver cast alloy wheels, an Alpine stereo, bi-xenon headlights and a reversing camera as standard.

The final specs for the car include a 3.5L petrol V6 producing 276hp (206kW) and 252lb-ft (342Nm) of torque. Straight line performance is impressive, with the zero to 100 km/h sprint taking place in just over 5 seconds with a top speed of over 260km/h. Official fuel economy figures for Europe are 19mpg (12.4L/100km) in the city and 36mpg (6.5L/100km) on the highway.

Standard features include a six-speed manual transmission, optimal shift time indicator, Bilstein dampers, 18in wheels up front and 19in wheels in the rear, a Bosch electronic differential lock, twin airbags, four-piston AP racing brakes, 350mm ventilated discs, halogen headlights, Recaro leather seats, aluminum trim, and an Alpine stereo.

Other options include a seven inch touchscreen display with satellite navigation, Bluetooth and USB connection, rear parking sensors and a camera, a titanium sports exhaust tailpipe, an engine oil cooler, a sports diffuser and an engine pack with enhanced throttle response. I just can’t wait to see it in flame red!

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