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Lotus Evora 2014

2+2

5.0

(1 trip)

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The car

Lotus Evora 2014

2+2

5.0

(1 trip)

22 MPG

Gas

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Orlando

Description

The 2014 Lotus Evora 2+2 looks wonderful. The Lotus design is everywhere in this car. It actually looks like it’s moving, even when it’s stopped. This is just a wonderful piece of design from the British sports car company. There is an aluminum chassis that is revised for greater torsional strength. In fact, the car is one and a half times stiffer than the Elise. The side sills have been revamped so you no longer look like a fool trying to get out like you would have in the Elise. Under the hood is a Toyota 3.5-liter V6 and, while it’s not the most powerful engine in the world, it’s refined and smooth and cranks out the power seamlessly. The V6 produces 276 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque, which is more than enough power for a car this light. The brakes are sensational. Despite being about 100 pounds lighter than the Porsche 911, the brakes are larger. The Evora wears 13.8-inch front brakes that shrug off track use like a fly on its shoulder. With the engine in the middle, Lotus had to work their engineering voodoo to get two seats in the back without making the car look silly, like the Ferrari Mondial did. The good news is they have accomplished this goal; the bad news is that if you have legs and are more than 4 feet tall, you’re not going to fit. Upfront, the Lotus is truly amazing. There is plenty of room for tall drivers and passengers. We have friends who are 6’6 and didn’t have to move the seat all the way to the back in order to fit inside. Around back there is enough room for golf clubs. There is even enough room for a quick road trip or a journey to the grocery store. Just as long as there is nothing tall that can’t be laid down on its side.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Manual transmission

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

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The car

Lotus Evora 2014

2+2

5.0

(1 trip)

22 MPG

Gas

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Orlando

Description

The 2014 Lotus Evora 2+2 looks wonderful. The Lotus design is everywhere in this car. It actually looks like it’s moving, even when it’s stopped. This is just a wonderful piece of design from the British sports car company. There is an aluminum chassis that is revised for greater torsional strength. In fact, the car is one and a half times stiffer than the Elise. The side sills have been revamped so you no longer look like a fool trying to get out like you would have in the Elise. Under the hood is a Toyota 3.5-liter V6 and, while it’s not the most powerful engine in the world, it’s refined and smooth and cranks out the power seamlessly. The V6 produces 276 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque, which is more than enough power for a car this light. The brakes are sensational. Despite being about 100 pounds lighter than the Porsche 911, the brakes are larger. The Evora wears 13.8-inch front brakes that shrug off track use like a fly on its shoulder. With the engine in the middle, Lotus had to work their engineering voodoo to get two seats in the back without making the car look silly, like the Ferrari Mondial did. The good news is they have accomplished this goal; the bad news is that if you have legs and are more than 4 feet tall, you’re not going to fit. Upfront, the Lotus is truly amazing. There is plenty of room for tall drivers and passengers. We have friends who are 6’6 and didn’t have to move the seat all the way to the back in order to fit inside. Around back there is enough room for golf clubs. There is even enough room for a quick road trip or a journey to the grocery store. Just as long as there is nothing tall that can’t be laid down on its side.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Manual transmission

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address
This listing is no longer available on Turo

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