The Aston Martin DB5 and James Bond are both icons in their own right, and bringing them together for the first time in 1964's Goldfinger was a partnership so perfect the car has appeared in the spy's stories six more times in fifty years. And it has to stop - now.
Lotus is calling it an "all new supercar", but let's not kid ourselves. The Evora 400 is a bodykit, an engine upgrade, and a reworked interior designed to keep the lights on in Hethel.
Way back in 2006 Lotus decided to have some fun for April Fool's with the Load Lugga, an El Camino'd Elise with a tow hook and a tailgate. The joke was obvious. It was the complete antithesis of what Lotus stood for. We laughed then. We're not laughing now.
When you had that photo of an Esprit on your bedroom’s wall in the ‘80s and closed your eyes, this is probably how you imagined life with a mid-engined Lotus: a never-ending winding road in never-ending sunset. Back then, there was no Evora an Esprit could transform into, but Richard Morris’s latest video solves…
We wanted to hear from Lotus about why their new lineup appears to contradict Lotus tradition of lightweight sports cars. Instead, Lotus CEO Dany Bahar told us Lotus was making its cars fat because it wants to.
Jimmy Vasser and Takuma Sato talk up the lighter/faster Lotus Evora Cup GT4 racer at Laguna Seca. All this video needs is a little more driving and a little less talking.
The Lotus Evora S is a more properly sorted machine with a supercharged, 350-hp 3.5-liter V6, a tighter suspension and improved aerodynamics. According to the CEO of Lotus "It's an instinctual car, the experience is pure."
An email announcing the Lotus Evora S, Evora Auto and a "mystery car" will debut at the Paris Motor Show leaked and all the automedia wants to talk about is the CCing error. Who cares? We're getting an Evora S!
These photos of a Lotus Evora on an unidentified film set in the French Alps show the same skis and gold-on-copper paint job as the Lotus Esprit Turbo from For Your Eyes Only. UPDATE!
The Lotus Evora 414E is a preview of the first hybridized vehicle to come from Colin Chapman's legendary brand. The hasty might say he's spinning in his weight-reduced grave, but upon closer inspection this EREV doesn't completely suck.
Compared to the road legal car its based on, the Lotus Evora Cup has lost 440 Lbs and gained 115 HP. Colin Chapman would be proud, especially of the amount of "speed" it'd buy him with its $195,000 price.
The 2010 Lotus Evora four-seater's been priced at $73,500, making it four grand cheaper than a base 911. With 276 HP powering 3,046.8 Lbs, does that make it a nice pipe or a crack pipe?
We told you about the 2011 Lotus Evora Convertible back in January, but now the company has confirmed production and added details. Luckily, they're dropping the automatic roof to save weight.
Lotus is planning to add a supercharger to its upcoming Evora 2+2. That's a good thing, because they’re also planning versions with an automatic transmission and an electric convertible top.