Formula One-inspired special edition Evoras are limited to just three units
12 October 2011

Lotus has launched a special edition Lotus Evora S, a car which will be limited to just three units.Inspired by the firm’s Formula 1 grand prix car and based on the standard Evora S, the limited edition cars is finished in black paint and feature gold-coloured decals.

Red is also used on both wing-mirror housings and to frame the front and rear splitters.

See pics of the special edition Lotus Evora S

Gold-coloured alloys - 19 inches at the front and 20 inches at the rear – finish off the car’s F1-inspired exterior.

Read our Lotus Evora S full road test

Inside, features include Lotus’s Premium Pack with SuedeTex and red stiching, Suedetex base pack, Tech Pack and a reversing camera.

Prices for the F1-inspired Lotus Evora S start from £69,950, a premium of £7500 compared with the standard car.

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