<title> 2010 Lotus Evora Review, Info, Safety, Test</title>

2010 Lotus Evora Review, Info, Safety, Test

The appearance of Lotus Evora 2010 had stayed far from unnoticed as it was expected. With its stunning dimensions of 170.9 in length, this means 22 inches longer than the Elise and only 5 inches shorter than the Porsche 911, 72.8 inches in width and 48.1 inches in height. In this space there was found a room for tiny back seats for children and a 2.5 inches higher sitting position which makes easy to get in or out of the vehicle, according to desire and necessity. All this had made Lotus Evora to be rather bigger and more spacious vehicle than we had the opportunity to see from the models from the previous series.

2010 Lotus Evora

Lotus Evora has hydraulic power assistance racks and a magnesium steering wheel which has the function to reduce inertia and keeps the driver alert right away in case of any small irregularity at the road. The slight feedback that comes from this flat-bottomed wheel does not make the car uneasy and keeps you safe and comfy.
However, it is not just the dimensions that make this vehicle big but also the function and performances of the same.

Power is a small word when we need to describe this mid-engine passenger miracle. The conduction of this car comes very natural and spontaneous, without the driver’s feeling of uneasiness, it is just like the car drives you on its own, well disciplined and immediate braking, producing a rather smooth sound, not the scratchy sound other cars produce when braking. Since power comes to question, it has the amazing value of 276 horse power at 6400 rotations per minute and the 258 pound-feet of torque at 4700 rotations per minute. In the range from 5000 to 7000 rotations per minute it produces a sophisticated roar which meets the requirements of the strict law regulations since noise comes to question, and all that thanks to the power performances of this miracle. The new Lotus Evora has many high performances to be proud with. It is one of the rare vehicles which develop a speed from a zero to 60 miles per hour in less than 5 seconds, and 12.3 seconds takes for the Lotus Evora to develop a speed of 120 miles per hour, the drag limited speed of it being 162 miles per hour. There is a six-speed manual even though the 6-speed automatic transmission was expected for this model. The automatic transmission will be available in the models from 2011 onwards. Nevertheless, that does not stop this model to be the spacious and powerful miracle it already is.

2010 Lotus Evora

2010 Lotus Evora


2010 Lotus Evora

2010 Lotus Evora


Another praiseworthy characteristic of this miracle vehicle follows. If you are not an economical and practical being, don’t you worry, your new friend Lotus Evora is saving for you. Even though it has the power of a beast it will use your fuel very cautiously which is proven by the high ratings of this vehicle since fuel economy comes to question.
There is one thing you should bear in mind. If you are firmly decided to buy this beast you will have to start saving the sooner the better since all these performances do not come cheap you know. However, once you buy it you will be the center of everybody’s attention.

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