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This 2011 Lotus Evora S 2+2 is finished in Carbon Grey over black and is powered by a supercharged Toyota 3.5-liter V6 paired with a six-speed manual transmission. The seller acquired it in August 2014 and has since added over 14k of its 20,500 miles. Modifications include a Larini exhaust system, a backup camera, and an upgraded stereo. Work in September 2019 included a new radiator, a fluid change, and an air conditioning service. This Evora S is now offered with a clean Carfax report, service records since 2013, and a clean Arizona title.

The Carbon Grey finish is showcased in the photo gallery below, while the Larini exhaust’s twin polished tips can be viewed above. In December 2014, an object reportedly fell off of a car in front of this Evora while driving, and subsequently damaged the bodywork. An associated three-page insurance estimate for over $8k is posted in the gallery. Highlights include replacing the front bumper, right headlight and sidemarker, right front wheel, and skid plate, and various panels and surfaces were repaired or refinished. Current flaws shown in the gallery include a mark on the front bumper, scrapes under the nose, and damage on the driver’s door edge.

The 19″ front and 20″ rear alloy wheels are mounted with 235/35 front and 275/30 rear Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires manufactured in 2015. Braking is handled by multi-piston calipers and drilled/vented rotors all around.

Inside, the Recaro seats are trimmed in black leather with red stitching, headrest embroidery, and Alcantara inserts. A backup camera has been added, along with a Kenwood DNN990HD touchscreen head unit with navigation and satellite radio, a JL Audio amplifier, and a JL Audio subwoofer.

Factory amenities include an Alcantara dashboard face and trim, air conditioning, cruise control, power accessories, and more. The digital odometer shows 20,500 miles, over 14k of which were added by the seller.

The midship 3.5-liter V6 is sourced from Toyota and fitted with a Harrop supercharger developing 5.5 psi of boost. Lotus claimed that the motor developed 345 horsepower at 7,000 rpm and 295 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm when new. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission. A receipt from Corsa Motorsports in September 2019 shows the replacement of the radiator and an oil change, coolant flush, an air conditioning service, and a new air filter.

The underside of the Evora S is largely shrouded to aid in increasing downforce and lowering the drag coefficient.

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