TodayOctober 23, 2021

2011 Lotus Evora S

My buddy Davis Adams works for Davis talked about the things he liked about the new 2012 Lotus Evora S.

Of course, the design is one of things Davis loves. Another thing Davis loved were the numbers on the S:
Maximum Power 345 HP @ 7,000 rpm
Maximum Torque 295 ft.-lbs. @ 4,500 rpm
Weight 3,168 lbs.
0 “ 60 mph 4.3 seconds
Top Speed 172 mph
Fuel Economy EPA Rated 17 City “ 26 Highway
0-60 mph 4.3 seconds
0-100 mph 10.2 seconds

compared to the 2011 Lotus Evora:
Maximum Power 276 HP @ 6,400 rpm
Maximum Torque 258 ft.-lbs. @ 4,700 rpm
CO2 Emissions 205 g/km (11.6 ounces/mile)
Weight 3,046.8 lbs. (1,382 kg)
0 “ 60 mph 4.9 seconds
Top Speed 162 mph
Fuel Economy 32.5 mpg “ 8.7 l/100km (combined Euro cycle, EPA ratings TBD)
0-60 mph 4.9 seconds
0-100 mph 12.3 seconds

The 2011 Lotus Evora 2+0 will have a starting price of $64,000 while the 2+2 variant, the worlds only mid-engine 2+2, will have
an entry price of $65,500. New Evora S models priced at $76,000 for the 2+0 and $77,500 for the 2+2 variant respectively.

Davis also likes that all the buttons are metal instead of plastic.

Watch the Lotus drive up a dirt road and go around Laguna Seca, all while Davis talks about the features of the Lotus Evora.

Lou Ann Hammond

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