3 November 2010
Review

The Lotus Evora S is, according to Lotus, “the car we always wanted to build”. In other words the version of the Evora we’ve all been waiting for. It’s a more powerful, faster version of the already excellent base Evora, courtesy of a supercharger being added to its 3.5-litre V6 engine. Steve Sutcliffe finds out if it was worth the wait.

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23 January 2013

 If you need to fully open the doors to get in or out, how do you manage in a busy car park where there is a car on both sides? Smile Kind of limits where you can go in this car. And it does seem too heavy. Smile

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