Mansory Lotus Evora Coming to Geneva

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The upcoming Geneva Auto Show will not only bring world premieres and model year changes to the world, but will also introduce a multitude of fresh aftermarket projects, with some of these playing in the stratosphere of the tuning world. One if these projects comes from Mansory, which is targeting the Lotus Evora, aiming to refine the British sports car.

The Swiss tuner has only released two images that offer us a preview of the project, but hasn’t given us any information related to it, so we have three weeks of waiting ahead of us. Judging by the images, the tuner is using a mild approach, only gifting the car with a set of aesthetic modifications.

The company has used a carbon fiber approach, installing elements that use this material: front bumper, side skirts, exterior mirrors, side air intakes, rear wing and diffuser. In addition to that, the vehicle’s standard rims have been ditched, being replaced with a set of custom ones that use a multi-spoke design (this offers a simple, dynamic appearance) and a black finish, which contrasts with the car’s white paint.

What can we say? The Evora iseems to be getting a lot of attention these days: first the facelift and now this.

autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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