Lotus Evora Sports Racer Revealed, Priced From £57,900

Lotus has announced a special edition Evora ‘Sports Racer’, that is a visually enhanced and optimised version of the mid-engined 3.5 litre V6 sports car, available in both naturally-aspirated or supercharged variants.

The Evora Sports Racer features a unique exterior colour scheme with an optimised interior to match. Four exterior colours are available: Aspen White, Carbon Grey, Nightfall Blue and Ardent Red. There are unique contrasting accents of gloss black across the roof, front splitter, rear diffuser and side sills, along with black rear badging, black door mirror pods and gloss black forged wheels with a choice of either red or black brake calipers.

Inside, the black leather ‘Premium Sports’ seats are trimmed with red contrast piping and stitching.

The Sport Pack is standard providing switchable sports mode with sharper throttle response, increased rpm limit and sportier setting.

Tech Pack is also standard and comes with upgraded speakers and stereo system, DVD player, 7-inch WVGA touch screen display, Bluetooth mobile phone connection, USB connection, tyre pressure monitoring, cruise control and rear parking sensors.

The 276bhp Evora Sports Racer starts at £57,900 and the supercharged model is priced from £65,900.

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