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2011 LOTUS EVORA "S" Supercharged. 345hp.
  • Special order "Paint to Sample" Epsom Green with Oyster leather interior and Charcoal carpeting,
  • 2,800 miles.
  • Factory Options Include: Diamond Cut Forged Design (19”/20”) Wheels, Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tires, Premium Package with Heated Seats, Technology Package, Sport Package, Close Ratio 6 Speed transmission.
  • "Sport" Gearbox (Standard), Reversing Camera, and "Limited” Paint.
  • Mid mounted, transverse 3.5 litre Supercharged DOHC V6 engine.

$73,900
HAYES 772-299-9788
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Comes with the remainder of its 3-Year/36,000 Mile factory warranty through October 2014.

The Evora S carries all the strengths introduced with the standard Evora. The focus for the Evora S is on performance. This is achieved by a higher engine output that highlights the incredible chassis and enhances the driving experience to a further level.


Taking direct aim at hard-core enthusiasts, the 2011 Lotus Evora S brings an elevated level of sheer exhilaration to the package courtesy of a power-boosting supercharger for its V6 engine matched with a host of other dynamic tweaks.



Subtlety rules the day when it comes to visual cues that set the 2011 Lotus Evora S apart from the base Evora. A large center-mounted exhaust outlet and aggressive rear diffuser plus larger, cross-drilled brake rotors are the key tipoffs to the added power that lies within courtesy of a bespoke supercharger setup that raises output of the 3.5-liter V6 nestled amidships from 275 to 345 horsepower.





Helping make best use of the extra muscle, the Evora S also comes with a retuned suspension and Sport Pack that nets a console-mounted "Sport" button capable of raising the rev limit and permitting a more liberal map on the stability control system while adding a bit more throaty roar to the exhaust note. Lotus says the "S" spec Evora can run 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds compared to 4.9 ticks for the base Evora. It also gains 10 mph on the top end, maxing out at 172 mph.

 
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