New Lotus Evora concept by Mansory

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Lotus just released two new photos of the new Evora. From the looks, the Evora received substantial facelift since it last concept introduction a year ago. The new design of the two-seater mid-engined car is much more aggressive for a luxury taste.

The exterior revision was done by a Swiss tuning firm Mansory, which did the original design work on the Evora concept. When Lotus published these photos, it also states:

“Let’s be clear on this: contrary to media reports, what you’ll see in Geneva is NOT an Evora facelift. It’s a taste of the future of Lotus product customisation. Merely the first toe in the water and a showcase of the potential future.”

Whatever other Lotus’ future products may be, we do like the new styling of the Lotus Evora concept. As we can see in the two photos, the revised Evora comes with a new front bumper that has larger carbon fiber air intakes and inserts. And we can see that the carbon fiber usage is extended onto the side vents, mirror housings, side skirts, roof, rear spoiler and rear diffuser. To top it off, Lotus added new 10-spoke alloy wheels with a glossy black finish to complete the aftermarket look.

Perhaps this is not an Evora facelift after all, it is the darker side of the the Lotus Evora. Or Lotus is hinting of a racetrack version?

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Is It Always Wise to CUSTOMISE?

Who: Lotus

What: The multi-award winning Lotus Evora as you’ve never seen it before.

Where: The Lotus stand, Geneva Motor Show, Hall 1, Stand 1031

When: 2.15pm, Tuesday 1st March 2011

Why: Because we can. And because we know you’re curious……

So you don’t want to wait until Geneva? No problem, click on the ‘undercover’ image above or go to the ‘news’ section of www.lotusnewera.com for a sneak preview.

Let’s be clear on this: contrary to media reports, what you’ll see in Geneva is NOT an Evora facelift. It’s a taste of the future of Lotus product customisation. Merely the first toe in the water and a showcase of the potential future.

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