2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Model

2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept 2 2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Model

2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept 2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Model

Team Lotus finally on the August 17, 2011, disclosed a press release in which it talked about its intention of unveiling of the new race-inspired 2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept and this was held at McCall’s Motorwork exhibit at Monterey Jet Center. The background of launching such a sports car model was launched during the British International Motor show on 22 July 2008, this show is organised every two years at the United Kingdom. The British car manufacturer’s car production house is situated at Hethel, Norfolk, England. In 2009, the model Evora was won the Britain’s Best Driver’s Car by Autocar, as we all know it the well known British base car magazine.

The most important highlights of this event is that for the Lotus car to compete and participate for ability necessities for the GTE in a race class of the well-renowned 24- hour Le Mans Tour. Certainly, after introducing the Evora GTE Road car Concept held from 18-20 August 2011 at the Peter Hay Hill, Pebble Beach.

Performance of the 2011 Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept

The 2011 Lotus Evora is equipped with a mid-engine coupe that is positioned at the rear end and the car is powered by a V6 engine that can produce maximum performance output over 420hp that could outclass other mid engine category. This coupe is offered in either in 6 speed manual or automatic transmission. As far as the interior design is concerned and layout, it shapes with a 2 plus 2 passenger body style and it can fit a driver or passenger an average height of 6’5”. The UK based car makers have decided to manufacture and produce about 2000 cars on yearly basis and will sale the coupe accordingly.

The makers have not disclosed about the pricing of the model.

–Kreation Guru

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