New Lotus racing car to be unveiled at Pebble Beach on Sunday
10 August 2010

Lotus will unveil its new Evora Cup GT4 racing car at the 2010 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in the US this Sunday.

The Evora Cup GT4 has been built to compete in the GT4 European Cup racing series, racing alongside cars such as the Aston Martin N24 and the Maserati Trofeo. It will also have its own one-make race series.

See pics of the Lotus Evora Cup GT4 racing car

Power comes from a 4-litre V6 engine providing 390bhp and transmitted through a six-speed Cima sequential race gearbox. The car was first seen at the Autosport International in January and has since had its bodywork tweaked by Dallara.

The Norfolk-based manufacturer is also taking the latest 2011 Lotus Elise SC RGB and its brand new T125 "ultimate consumer track and race car" to the show.

Read the full story on Lotus's revolutionary T125 track car

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10 August 2010

That's a horrible old photoshopped photo. There are much better photos at http://www.lotusevoracup.com

10 August 2010

Accchhh that big rear wing...

Ban ban ban..

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