Just like with any other car, that's an indicator that your Evora needs a professional alignment. There's no shortcut fix, unfortunately.
Not a bad idea to have a proper alignment done right out of the box anyway, even if it's a new car. FYI I usually have my Evora aligned every time I change the rear tires, or about every 10k miles; you'll find that with a car a sensitive as the Lotus that regular alignments (at a GOOD shop) make a noticeable difference.
Not to be presumptuous, but I'll anticipate your next questions: no, it's probably not something you did; yes, it might have happened during the shipping process; and no, there's really not much chance you'll be compensated for the alignment by the shipper or the selling dealer... sorry.
On the plus side, if you think the car is fun now, you'll be really impressed after the alignment's corrected.
Last edited by West-of-Hethel; 08-13-2019 at 05:28 PM.