There are basically 3 types of leather used in autos:
Pigmented, a Leather Base with a Heavy coating of a Colored Vinyl like surface; used in most production cars,
Semi-Aniline, a Colored Leather base, with a Thin clear or Tinted Vinyl like coating; used in higher end autos,
Aniline, an Un-Coated Color Dyed Leather, Rarely used in autos, due to it's susceptibility to moisture and staining.
Understanding the different types of leather.
I believe that the Evora uses a Semi-Aniline Leather, or Pigmented Leather which is why the Owner's Manual states:
"Leather Trim: The leather should be wiped over occasionally with a cloth dampened in warm soapy water. Use a mild, non‑caustic toilet soap or soap flakes. Repeat the operation using a fresh cloth and water only, but avoid soaking the leather. Finish by drying and polishing with a soft dry cloth. The manufacturers of the leather do not recommend the use of any hide 'food', and prohibit the use of petrol or detergents, furniture creams and polishes."
It should not be necessary to use any of the oily / greasy conditioners, that are recommended to preserve un-coated Aniline leather, BUT Protectants and Conditioners can be used to penetrate the coating and keep the underlying leather base soft.
I'm not sure about the Elige cars, but am reasonably certain that they are NOT the old style Aniline Leather.