Lotus Evora Slightly Less Expensive than Advertised

Lotus Evora Slightly Less Expensive than Advertised
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After announcing that the new flagship Evora sports car would be priced from $73,500, Lotus has now announced a slightly less expensive model will be offered. The cheaper model does lose a few things (two to be exact), but Lotus enthusiasts aren’t about to miss them. The items in question are the two rear seats, turning the 2+3 Evora into a 2+0. As for that new pricing, it’s set at $72,990. At the launch of the vehicle Lotus reps said the lower price hadn’t been announced previously as the Evora 2+0 models weren’t available until now.

The Evora itself, it is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 276-hp and can hit 60 mph in 4.9 seconds. Plus, in true Lotus fashion, it gets 18/27 mpg (city/hwy).

Official pricing details after the jump:

Evora Pricing Summary

Base Vehicle                 MRSP 2+0 Configuration             $72,990 2+2 Configuration            $73,500

Optional Extras Sport Package             $1,275 Premium Package             $1,990 Technology Package         $2,995 Alpine IMPRINT Dynamic EQ     $695 Alpine Reversing Camera         $495 Electric Power-fold Mirrors     $450 Sports-Ratio Gearbox         $1,500 Stealth Grey Cast Wheels     $425 Silver Forged Wheels         $1,750 Gloss Anthracite Forged         $2,125 Metallic Paint             $590 Lifestyle Paint             $1,200 Premium Paint             $3,300 StarShield                $995

Destination Charges        $1,175