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<snip>but the point I wanted to make is that Lotus wasn't necessarily screwing the early Evora buyers - they were upgrading as they could and they did a good job given the financial constraints.
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And to give Lotus some credit (and for those here not familiar w/ the Evora lineage), for a very short while after the S model came out, they offered an S upgrade package, that added all the go-fast bits to the NA to make it an S. At the time, I believe it was around $10K, which would have been cheaper than selling the NA and buying an S.
 
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