Developed by the craftsmen and women of the Lotus Exclusive department, this particular breed of the Evora is limited to five vehicles. Yup, just five. Why? Well, that’s because Lotus Formula 1 cars wearing the iconic livery won five Drivers’ and Constructors’ championships between 1972 and 1986. As a lil’ refresher, 1987 saw the British outfit embrace Camel as its title sponsor. Thus black and gold were replaced with yellow and blue.
Care to guess how much this bad boy costs in the United States? $110-frigging-thousand. It’s a huge lot of money considering the engine is sourced from a Toyota sedan, but then again, it’s pretty good value considering the regular Evora Sport 410 is $104,200.
132 pounds lighter than the Evora 400 and capable of producing more than 300 pounds of aerodynamic downforce at top speed, Lotus’ limited-run sportster is a very focused drivers' delight. “It is without equal, being both refined and intuitive, and again shows that we are making our best ever cars,” said Jean-Marc Gales, the chief exec of Group Lotus plc.
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