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Lotus Evora

  • tickIncredibly organic steering
  • tickSurprising ride comfort
  • tickLow running costs for a performance car
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Lotus Evora Coupe (2009 - 2013)

The Lotus Evora may be the most refined and upmarket model from Hethel, but it remains rapid with a typically tender attention to balancing steering, ride and handling performance.
Our verdict

Is the Lotus Evora a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Lotus Evora interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Lotus Evora performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Lotus Evora how good does it look

Lotus Evora practicality

Lotus Evora drive

Lotus Evora reliability

Lotus Evora equipment

Our expert review

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While the Elise and Exige both require the owner to be a fully fledged member of the Bikram Yoga community (seriously, not only are these cars a pain to get into, the cabins get VERY warm), the Evora is as accessible as anything else in its class. It also features air conditioning that works and very supportive race seats. Unfortunately, ergonomically and technically speaking, the cabin falls some way short of its rival from Stuttgart. The hand made buttons that control all the main functions from the lights to opening the boot, for example, are not only unidentifiable, they are completely hidden from the driver’s view. Further, there are no cupholders, no memory seats and the multimedia interface that controls the sat nav and radio appears to have been lifted straight out of Halfords.
While the Elise and Exige both require the owner to be a fully fledged member of the Bikram Yoga community (seriously, not only are these cars a pain to get into, the cabins get VERY warm), the Evora is as accessible as anything else in its class. It also features air conditioning that works and very supportive race seats. Unfortunately, ergonomically and technically speaking, the cabin falls some way short of its rival from Stuttgart. The hand made buttons that control all the main functions from the lights to opening the boot, for example, are not only unidentifiable, they are completely hidden from the driver’s view. Further, there are no cupholders, no memory seats and the multimedia interface that controls the sat nav and radio appears to have been lifted straight out of Halfords.

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