The Lotus Evora 400 Hethel Edition has been revealed, along with the suggestion that more special edition Lotus models may be on the way.
Lotus’s special edition Evora 400 celebrates 50 years of Lotus operations at its Norfolk-based plant, hence the Hethel Edition name. There is no cap on production, with Lotus pegging the Hethel Edition Evora 400 as a special edition, rather than a limited edition car.
The special edition Evora 400 is available in three colours: shades of blue, black and green, which are exclusive to the model, with trim options to match and a choice of black or red leather or Alcantara seats. Each car will also have a build plate to mark it out from the standard Evora 400.
On the outside, the Hethel Edition car is recognisable by its forged aluminium wheels with contrasting brake calipers, and exclusive graphics.
Alongside the announcement of the special edition Evora 400, came a statement from Jean-Marc Gales, CEO of Lotus, in which he said: “We’re looking forward to celebrating our connections to Norfolk throughout 2016, more Lotus Hethel Anniversary news will be announced soon.”